C.S. Lewis: Fantasist, mythmaker, and poet

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Bruce L. Edwards
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - 352 pages
 

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Contents

Patches of Godligfkt C S Lewis as Imaginative Writer
1
Rehabilitating H G Wells C S Lewiss Out of the Silent Planet
13
Perelandra A Tale of Paradise Retained
35
That Hideous Strength Spiritual Wickedness in High Places
53
The World of Narnia Medieval Magic and Morality
71
Sons of Adam Daughters of Eve and Children of Asian An Environmentalist Perspective on The Chronicles of Narnia
93
Cartography and Fantasy Hidden Treasures in the Maps of The Chronicles of Narnia
115
Till We Have Faces A Study of the Soul and the Self
135
C S Lewiss Short Fiction and Unpublished Works
157
The Screwtape Letters Telling the Truth Upside Down
175
Columns of Light The Preconversion Narrative Poetry of C S Lewis
209
Early Lyric Poetry Spirits in Bondage 1919 and Joy 1924
233
Topical Poems C S Lewiss Postconversion Poetry
259
Index
313
About the Editor and Contributors
325
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