15711RE: [mythsoc] count the errors
- Nov 6 12:25 PMDB: Michael White, author of the most error-ridden book on Tolkien ever
published, is now similarly hacking his way around C.S. Lewis.
JH: I don't know much about the shape and chronology of Lewis' life,
but even I was able to detect multiple errors in Mr. White's article.
For instance, Mr. White claims that Lewis never wrote another word of
"religious commentary" after 1949. Is this true? If I am mistaken,
please let me know; I thought that Letters to Malcolm and A Grief
Observed were both written rather late. Do they not count as "religious
commentary?" What about the Chronicles themselves? They at least
induce religious commentary by others. Any thoughts?
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