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Journal of Inklings Studies
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.
Don W. King is professor of English at Montreat College and editor of Christian Scholars Review. He is the author of over sixty articles on C. S. Lewis, and his other books include C. S. Lewis, Poet and Hunting the Unicorn: A Critical Biography of Ruth Pitter.
After reading CS Lewis this was interesting as a read to follow through for further information on Joy and the transformation from her life pre conversion to how she treated people... Read morePublished on November 26, 2011 by Felicia
I've studied C.S. Lewis (and The Inklings), enjoyed Shadowlands, and of course was curious about Davidman. Read morePublished on February 14, 2011 by FYI