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C.S. Lewis’ “Dymer”… or is it Deemer? (or Can Someone from the Buffyverse be Wrong?)

As I hinted last month, I have been reading and rereading C.S. Lewis’ Dymer. Lewis only kept a journal during his early Oxford years, 1922-1927. The diary’s posthumous title, All My Road Before Me, is taken from the first stanza of Dymer: … Continue reading

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Some Friday Feature C.S. Lewis Notes

There are a few things I’d like to note without doing a bunch of big announcements. Consider this a Friday Feature Flash (sorry, I couldn’t think of a better term!). Save the C.S. Lewis Nature Reserve You may not even … Continue reading

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A Poetic Tribute to The Great Knock

In an October 2012 blog, “A Tribute to a Mentor,” I told the story of C.S. Lewis’ great teacher, William Kirkpatrick. He was called “The Great Knock” by the Lewis family, and he absolutely transformed C.S. Lewis’ way of thinking. … Continue reading

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