Re: [mythsoc] Baptism in Charles Williams
- In a message dated 04/03/2000 4:27:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< Williams has become
one of my favourite authors.
Now, if I could only get hold of them to buy... >>
It's been years, but I'd read a number of his books, and I've bought some new
and some used. If they weren't packed away I'd look at the publisher info.
I'd be surprised if they were out of print in the U.K. Actually I liked the
Arthurian poems better than the novels, and some books way more than others.
And I definitely needed C.S. Lewis' reading guide to get through the poems.
:-) I would check like Christian type book catalogs. ??
- In a message dated 4/3/00 3:53:05 PM Central Daylight Time, d-lena@...
> Johanna Kershaw wrote:Then the baptism is probably in ALL HALLOWS' EVE. It's the daughter of the
> > I think it was Descent into Hell - if that’s the one with the two dead
> > and the magician Simon.
> No--that's _All Hallows' Eve_, I'm pretty sure.
nasty rich woman who is mixed up with Simon - the Baptism was done by her
nurse w/o the family's knowledge.
Williams' titles are as bad as those of Shakespearean comedies for
remembering/identifying the work in question.