One of my doctoral students found the quote I requested earlier. For those who
are interested, the information is below.
Charlie Starr wrote:
> Below is the email I just sent to Rev. D-B. The quoted text in Real
> Presence comes straight out of Perelandra and is the very triple distinction
> passage that my dissertation centers around! <snip>
> > Rev. Jacek Dunin-Borkowski:
> > Your friend Maria K. sent an e-mail to Dr. Ted Sherman at Middle
> > Tennessee State University asking him for help for you re. a quote from
> > Leanne Payne's Real Presence in which she quotes from C.S. Lewis. Dr.
> > Sherman forwarded the message to me in case I might know the answer. My
> > name is Charlie Starr and I'm working on my dissertation on Lewis right
> > now. I'm happy to say that I own a copy of Real Presence and I
> > recognized the passage from page 32 immediately as it is the central
> > passage in my own doctoral study. The reason you did not know the
> > passage is because in her footnote, Leanne Payne makes a comment on the
> > passage but does not cite the source. The passage is from Perelandra.
> > It occurs in chapter eleven. In the current Collier/Macmillan edition,
> > the quote begins on page 143 and ends on 144. The phrase, "Long since on
> > Mars, and more strongly since he came to Perelandra, Ransom had been
> > perceiving that the triple distinction of truth . . ."--this much of the
> > quote is on page 143 and the rest is on 144. The full bibliographic
> > info. on this edition of the book is as follows: Lewis, C. S.
> > Perelandra. Macmillan, 1944 (copyright by Lewis and the first Macmillan
> > paper back edition was in 1965).
Dr. Theodore James Sherman, Editor
Mythlore: A Journal of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Charles Williams and
Box X041, Department of English
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
615 898-5836; FAX 615 898-5098