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Snigsnozzle: The First Screwtape Copycat by Charles Williams

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
This is the week of the All Hallows Eve, so what a great time to launch a Screwtape series on A Pilgrim in Narnia. Over the next three weeks we will look at…

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Hallows and Heaven

I wrote last week about my lovely morning researching an Arthurian work by Barfield in the Bodleian Library–my personal earthly paradise. Now I would like to share with you about the talk I gave at the Charles Williams Society on … Continue reading

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A Review of “The Chapel of the Thorn,” a lost Charles Williams play by Sørina Higgins

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
Libraries are sacred spaces. I have had the opportunity to make pilgrimage to some of these storied cathedrals. I sat in contemplation at the Edwin W. Brown Collection at Taylor University in Upland,…

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Why is Merlin in That Hideous Strength?

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
            I am writing a paper on C.S. Lewis and the Arthurian tradition for Sørina Higgins’ collection, The Inklings and King Arthur. As I trawl through the materials one common theme keeps coming…

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Call For Guest Blogs on The Great Divorce

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
On Monday, Nov 10th, we celebrate the 70th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’ novella, The Great Divorce. I rank this among the best of Lewis’ fiction and one of his richest thought experiments. Though…

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More Mythcon: Reblogged from A Pilgrim in Narnia

Fellow Inklings Blogger Brenton Dickieson has a post up today entitled “The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth… Or At Least Pass the Pepper,” about his experiences at Mythcon 45. Here are a couple of my favorite paragraphs; please click on the … Continue reading

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