Hal’s Quotes & Notes: the Inklings

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The Inklings were an association of writers at Oxford, some very close friends, whose activities included sharing readings from their works in progress.

In addition to C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams, at various times they seem to have included Lewis’ brother W.H. Lewis, R.E. Havard, Hugo Dyson, Nevill Coghill, Adam Fox, Owen Barfield, Charles Wrenn, R.B. McCallum, Gervase Mathew, and Lord David Cecil (setting aside any quibbles about “membership” as inherently unresolvable).

Source: The Inklings, by Humphrey Carpenter

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C. S. Lewis Mere Christianity (1930)

The Screwtape Letters (1931)

the “Deep Heaven” science fiction novels:
Out of the Silent Planet (1938)
The Dark Tower (unfinished; c. 1939)
Perelandra (1944)
That Hideous Strength (1946)

The Weight of Glory (1939–1956)

The Great Divorce (1946)

The Abolition of Man (1947)

T J. R. R. Tolkien The Hobbit (1936)

Farmer Giles of Ham (1949)

The Lord of the Rings (1954)

Smith of Wootton Major (1967)

The Children of Húrin (published 2007)
Edited by Christopher Tolkien

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Charles Williams Outlines of Romantic Theology (1924)

War in Heaven (1930)

Many Dimensions (1931)

The Place of the Lion (1933)

Shadows of Ecstasy (1933)

He Came Down from Heaven (1938)

Descent of the Dove
A Short History of the Holy Spirit in the Church
(1939)

Religion and Love in Dante (1941)

All Hallows’ Eve (published posthumously)

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