"Margaret L. Carter" <mlcvamp@...
>Fascinating -- thanks. If I'd ever read those details, I'd forgotten.
>I'd thought Lewis's main ground for considering the marriage
>dissolvable was Bill's adultery.
Bill gets it in the neck either way. If he's married to Joy - and he and Joy certainly considered themselves married, and they were legally so - he's unfaithful to her. If he's still married to his first wife, he's doubly unfaithful to her.
>Interesting that Bill Gresham seemed to have a history of infidelity to
He wouldn't be the only one, but we don't know much about that here in the rarified world of Inklings studies. (Who was that Phyllis Jones person again?)