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Imagination and the spirit.
Grand Rapids, Eerdmans 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Clyde S Kilby; Charles A Huttar
|Description:||xvi, 496 pages illustrations 24 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword, by C. Walsh.--Introduction, by C.A. Huttar.--Language, symbol, and truth, by A.F. Holmes.--Either: or, by O. Barfield.--Mimesis and incarnation, by T. Howard.--Forms of spirituality in the Middle English lyric, by D.L. Jeffrey.--Chaucer's precarious Knight, by D. Ebner.--Samson's identity crisis and Milton's, by C.A. Huttar.--The serpent and the dove: Christabel and the problem of evil, by R.H. Siegel.--The joy of the absolute: a comparative study of the romantic visions of William Wordsworth and C.S. Lewis, by D.K. Kuhn.--The fantastic imagination in George MacDonald, by G.E. Sadler.--Coinherence, substitution, and exchange in Charles Williams' poetry and poetry-making, by A.M. Hadfield.--The vision of cosmic order in the Oxford mythmakers, by M.E. Wright.--Past watchful dragons: the fairy tales of C.S. Lewis, by W. Hooper.--C.S. Lewis on eros as a means of grace, by C.S. Carnell.--The classical revival in contemporary British poetry, by C.D. Linton.--Such stuff as dreams: the poetry of Howard Nemerov, by D.H. Olsen.--Fantasy and the fiction of Bernard Malamud, by R. Warburton.--A good writer is hard to find, by M.E. Lorentzen.--The writer that is to be, by W.S. Miller.--Clyde S. Kilby: a sketch, by P.M. Bechtel.--Bibliography of Clyde S. Kilby (p. 479-485).|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Charles A. Huttar.|