The Great War – Journal of Inklings Studies
Journal of Inklings Studies. The first issue of the Inklings Studies Supplements. Has now been published:. The ‘Great War’ of Owen Barfield and C.S. Lewis: Philosophical Writings, 1927 1930. Edited by Norbert Feinendegen and Arend Smilde. The more substantial writings have remained unpublished. Norbert Feinendegen and Arend Smilde present a critical text with a substantial historical, textual and philosophical introduction. Order your copy now! Europe 20.10 GBP. USA and Rest of the World 21.15 GBP.
Masthead – Journal of Inklings Studies
Journal of Inklings Studies. Dr Judith Wolfe (General Editor). University of St Andrews. Brendan N. Wolfe. St Catherines College, Oxford. Subject Editor for Owen Barfield. Emerita, California State University. Subject Editor for C.S. Lewis. University of St Andrews. Subject Editor for J.R.R. Tolkien. Brendan N. Wolfe. St Catherines College, Oxford. Subject Editor for Charles Williams. Subject Editor for G.K. Chesterton. Dr Michael D. Hurley. St Catharine’s College, Cambridge. University of St Andrews.
For Libraries – Journal of Inklings Studies
Journal of Inklings Studies. Subscribing libraries can access the full content of the journal here. A standard institutional subscription package includes two issues of the print edition of the Journal of Inklings Studies, as well as electronic access to the full archive of the Journal of Inklings Studies and its predecessor, the C.S. Lewis Chronicle. An online-only package is also available. Institutional subscriptions may be taken out via a library service provider (e.g. EBSCO) or directly below. Subsc...
The Oddest Inkling | An exploration of the works of poet Charles Williams (1886-1945) | Page 2
An exploration of the works of poet Charles Williams (1886-1945). Newer posts →. News Flash: Signum Classes and a Book! The great and glorious Signum University. Where I serve as Chair of the Lang and Lit Dept and sometimes teach cool classes, has taken a big step forward! We have grown our M.A. Program: now you can choose to concentrate in Tolkien Studies, Germanic Philology, Imaginative Lit (such as F/SF), or Classical/Medieval/Renaissance Literature! The Story of the Hobbit. Taught by Dr. Michael ...
Lewis’s Arthuriana | The Oddest Inkling
An exploration of the works of poet Charles Williams (1886-1945). You Mean He Was Actually Human? Summary of “Detective Fiction Reviews” →. Last week I posted my rough draft analysis of CW’s Arthuriana. Then on Wednesday, it was Barfield; yesterday, it was Tolkien. Now today, it’s Lewis. This is a rough draft, so please send me your suggestions for revision! Clive Staples Lewis (1898-19663) was a very prolific Arthurian, and his output covers poetry, fiction, and academic work. . Till We Have Faces.
More and More Human: June 2009
More and More Human. Wednesday, June 10, 2009. Article: "Putting Man Before Descartes". Posted by Kelly Cowling. Wednesday, June 10, 2009. Subscribe to: Posts (Atom). Charles Williams : The New Christian Year. Arts and Letters Daily - ideas, criticism, debate. Philosophy Talk: The Blog. Awakening to the Whole. The Academy of American Poets. The New Atlantis - A Journal of Technology and Society. Owen Barfield Literary Estate website. Poetry Daily, a new poem every day. Subscribe To RSS Feed.
More and More Human: January 2010
More and More Human. Wednesday, January 27, 2010. On Feelings and Magic. This passage from T.S. Eliot's "The Sacred Wood: Tradition and the Individual Talent" put me in a mind of Charles Williams' novel , Shadows of Ecstasy. Eliot, as it happens, was a great champion of Williams' work). Shadows of Ecstasy. Is a puzzling novel. It would be easy to spend a lifetime determining where one stands in relation to its characters. As Thomas Howard points out in his Novels of Charles Williams. The experience; it p...
More and More Human: To Portray Rather than Explain
More and More Human. Tuesday, February 16, 2010. To Portray Rather than Explain. I did not paint it to be understood but I wished to show what such a scene was like.". Posted by Kelly Cowling. Tuesday, February 16, 2010. Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom). Charles Williams : The New Christian Year. Arts and Letters Daily - ideas, criticism, debate. Philosophy Talk: The Blog. Awakening to the Whole. The Academy of American Poets. The New Atlantis - A Journal of Technology and Society. Subscribe To RSS Feed.
About – Journal of Inklings Studies
Journal of Inklings Studies. Journal of Inklings Studies. Was founded in 2005 by the Oxford C.S. Lewis Society, with Judith Wolfe as founding General Editor. The journal’s two principal aims are. To lead and support the growing field of C.S. Lewis and Inklings Studies. To test and develop the potential of C.S. Lewis and his circle to be serious intellectual conversation partners for scholars in theology, philosophy and literature more widely. The journal pursues these aims by. Meet the editorial team.
The Inklings: Jack and Joy
A place for an occasional examination of the work of the Inklings. and to marvel at, in Charles Williams' words, ". the staff work of the Omnipotence". Doing the only thing that a gentleman could have done". This is, of course, the premise of Shadowlands. However, the situation actually seems to have been a good deal more complicated than that. Lyle Dorset, in his biography of Joy, quotes a friend of Joy's as quoting her as saying in 1956 how happy she was to. Burned all his bridges behind him".). Lewis ...