In this delightful and beautifully produced volume, Prof. King introduces, presents and unobtrusively annotates Davidmans collected letters, which span a period of twenty-four years, from 1936 to her death in 1960. . . . The portrait Davidmans letters paint is scintillating and many-layered, and displays the entire palette of a mind that Lewis justly described as lithe and quick and muscular as a leopard. Don Kings clear introduction and apparatus, and his pertinent, learned and unobtrusive annotations, make this a volume equally useful to the scholar and the general reader. It cannot be recommended warmly enough.