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Charles Williams and His Contemporaries

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Charles Williams (1886-1945), poet, novelist, critic, biographer, lay theologian, and 'Inkling'; exercised a great influence, both as a personality and through his writings, on English letters in his own day; and now, after a period of relative neglect, interest in him has grown once more. This international symposium, a product of this revival, is presented as a contribution to the serious study of Williams and his work. Its contents reflect not only the extraordinarily wide range of his writing, but also the many contacts ...

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Charles Williams and His Contemporaries
2009, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne

ISBN-13: 9781443805650

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