- Dec 7, 2008On Dec 5, 2008, at 11:15 AM, John D Rateliff wrote:
> I think here they were working on the model of ethnicities (e.g.,As someone pointed out to me off-list (many thanks), this should have
> asian vs. Mung)
been HMONG, not 'mung'. I absent-mindedly typed in the name the way
it's pronounced, not how it's spelled. My mistake; apologies to all.
And in other news, yesterday I found an audiobook at the library of a
new book out about CSL I hadn't heard of before. The author is S.
Michael Wilcox and the title OF LIONS, DRAGONS, & TURKISH DELIGHT: C.
S. LEWIS FOR LATTER-DAY SAINTS [Deseret Books, 2008]. It's quite
short (2 hr, 40 min) and, as the subtitle indicates, seems to focus
on parallels between what CSL has to say and "LDS doctrine". Since
this is a denomination I suspect Lewis knew little about, I'm curious
to see what Wilcox comes up with. Has anybody else come across this
current reading: FRAGMENTS OF ANCIENT POETRY (Ossian) by James
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