On Sep 30, 2008, at 4:36 PM, David Bratman wrote:
> It appears to be an expanded edition, yes. There's a long list of
> unpublished Boxen papers at the end of the original edition, and at
> least some of these are in the new edition.
Thanks David. Warnie wd be so pleased to finally have these published
after so long -- though I agree with Gibb that they probably wouldn't
have done well if released in the mid-sixties. I'm glad people are
now so hungry for anything by CSL that these can slip out in the
guise of 'pre-Narnia'. I think this makes a total of ten or eleven
books by Warnie all told, depending on how they're counted: six
French histories plus one edition as the seventh plus his
contribution to EPCW as a possible eighth, with his work on LETTERS
OF CSL (even though it didn't appear in the form he wanted), his
diaries, and now BOXEN rounding out the whole.
Of course if we count his unpublished set of family papers, the
Glad to hear it'll be reviewed in MYTHLORE.