James Huston's Reviews > The Company They Keep: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien as Writers in Community

The Company They Keep by Diana Pavlac Glyer
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Jan 05, 12

it was amazing

I first became acquainted with C.S. Lewis in college. I was drawn to his lucidity and insight. After reading a few of his books, I couldn’t get enough. In my late college years and early twenties I set out to read everything he wrote. I didn’t read his academic works on medieval literature, but did get through pretty much everything else, fiction and non-fiction alike. Ever since then, I’ve been fascinated by Lewis and his writing. I’ve even been to Oxford and to the Eagle and Child, the pub where C.S. Lewis would meet on Tuesdays with his friends and co-writers who came to be known as the Inklings. I’ve often wondered what effect the other Inklings had on Lewis’s writing and thinking...

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