The Chapel of the Thorn: A Dramatic Poem
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Reading Charles Williams has always made me feel as if I stood on a threshold between two worlds, or, rather, in a shadow dappled wood where those worlds exist together; and though I am aware of the distinction between the two, just as I am of the difference between the sunlight and the shadow, I know equally well that both are integral to a larger realm. It is the same feeling I get when I read Sir Launfal, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, or Pearl, because it is the same world, though (perhaps...more
I began reading it two years ago, and began with the introductory material, which I think was a mistake. The book was mislaid in a reorganisation of our bookshelves, and so when I rediscovered it I ...more
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