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Dale Nelson on an “Easy to Read” Modern Arthurian Epic

Two years after his Arthurian novel, That Hideous Strength, was published, and a year before he was discussing Arthur’s multiple “disqualifications” to be a “hero” with Dorothy L. Sayers, Lewis did not allow the complexities of his thoughts about King … Continue reading

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‘The Name is Against Them’: C.S. Lewis and the Problem of Arthur by Gabriel Schenk

What a delight and relief it is to give something entrusted to your responsibility, out of your hands, step back – and see it prosper. In this case, the Oxford C.S. Lewis Society, which has gone from strength to strength … Continue reading

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