As someone who got to see the manuscript of The Chapel of the Thorn: A Dramatic Poem but not to read it, I was thrilled with Sørina Higgins’ transcription and introduction of this early Charles Williams poems. I wasn’t surprised when it was nominated for a Mythopoeic Award. James at the Tolkienist blog has a review that is worth reading.
BookTalk is a new series of posts, where I discuss non-Tolkien books within concise and honest reviews. However, any connections with with Tolkien will be made clear as you read on …
Having focused my reading habits on the works of Tolkien and Lewis for years now, not to mention acquiring a book or two about the Inklings, I thought it was the right time to dip into some of the works by other members of the literary group.
And what better way to do this than to start with the somewhat obscure figure of Charles Williams himself?
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