Thanks for everyone's suggestions. I'll give them all a try.
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From: John D Rateliff
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 5:33 AM
Subject: Re: [mythsoc] Charles Williams
In that case, I'd suggest you go behind Williams and give Algernon
Blackwood's JOHN SILENCE a try. And also Wm Yeats' "Rosa
Alchemica" (most easily found, with two related tales, in MYTHOLOGIES
). Some Arthur Machen stories also hover close to that territory.
If it had been the supernatural suspense that hooked you, I'd
have suggested Sax Rohmer.
I don't think there's anybody who's quite like Williams, though.
On Feb 17, 2009, at 1:22 AM, John Davis wrote:
> Although it is probably the non-Christian elements of Williams'
> books that most appeal to me, which is to say that they often seem
> more spiritual than Christian - the emphasis being on morality
> rather than church.
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