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Yet One More Spring: A Critical Study of Joy Davidman

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The first comprehensive study of a gifted but largely overlooked American writer

Joy Davidman (1915–1960) is probably best known today as the woman that C. S. Lewis married in the last decade of his life. But she was also an accomplished writer in her own right — an award winning poet and a prolific book, theater, and film reviewer during the late 1930s and early 1940s.

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published September 5th 2015 by Eerdmans (first published April 15th 2015)
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Michele Morin
Apr 26, 2016 Michele Morin rated it it was amazing
Joy Davidman Lewis, Author




Her story has all the makings of a melancholy fairy tale: award-winning poet and brilliant writer caught in a disastrous marriage flees to England and meets the world-renowned author she has been pen-friends with since first reading his books. Following her divorce, they marry and enjoy four years of bliss until her death from cancer in 1960.

C.S. Lewis’s fame has made this story a well-known part of Christian lore, but Joy Davidman’s identity as a writer is less well-kn
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Stuart
May 02, 2016 Stuart rated it it was amazing
Yet One More Spring is not a biography of Joy Davidman, but a study of her works. It was written by Don W. King, who has edited numerous works of both Davidman and C.S. Lewis. There is a brief introduction, which discusses how she was an award-winning poet and the many places her poetry was published. King then explains his method in writing this book, why he chose to approach her work chronologically, and his aim for this book. In summary, he hopes this book will expose more to her writings and ...more
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