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Available for review in Mythlore

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Thank you, Janet. Paul   From: "'Janet B. Croft' janet.b.croft@rutgers.edu [mythsoc]" To: mythsoc@yahoogroups.com Sent:
Paul Labaki
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Jun 24

Claims in the Zaleski book

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Though oddly Hooper doesn't mention it in his own obituary of Barfield, though he mentions much about Lewis. -- Larry Swain theswain@operamail.com ... having
Larry Swain
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Jun 20

History of Old English Scholarship

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Not focused on that period, but I'd think C. S. Lewis's essay "The Idea of an English School" would be of interest here. Margaret L. Carter Explore love among
Margaret L. Carter
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Jun 17

Query re graphic novels (or whither the MFA?)

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I have several of those books in my TBR pile! :) James's mention of Archaia reminds me of Mouse Guard, which they put out, and Artemisia, both of which were
Alana Joli Abbott
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Jun 17

A thought

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Excellent idea, Berni! I'm very interested in whatever Helene Wecker (author of THE GOLEM AND THE JINNI) writes next (potential future GoH, perhaps?) Lisa
emfarrell.geo
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Jun 15

C.S. Lewis and His Circle (OUP)

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Tried it again and it worked. I don't know why it didn't work before. Wendell In a message dated 6/11/2015 1:09:42 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
wendell_wagner
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Jun 11

A claim about Lewis's arithmetic abilities

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Amen, Mike! That was my problem too. I did fine with algebra in class, but could never explain how I managed to get to the correct answer. Years later, I
scribblerworks
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Jun 6

New Charles Williams Biography

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Many thanks, I added that to my Amazon wish list, though between my too numerous hobbies and professional reading requirements I cannot guess when I will get
paul_westermeyer
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Jun 6

Review of the Zaleski book in Salon

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Take heart that so do all who live to see such times. On Tue, 2 Jun 2015 at 17:36 Jason Fisher visualweasel@yahoo.com [mythsoc] < ... Take heart that so do all
Travis Buchanan
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Jun 2

Re: Article in The Chronicle of Higher Education and a new book abou

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... That's like a gold standard of misleading. It implies that all these professions were there in quantity and that these were the individuals' primary
David Bratman
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May 31

L'Engle at MythCon

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I was there.  In fact, I was chair of that Mythcon.  My memory was that L'Engle's speech was rather generic.  I think that she just told a number of
Wayne Hammond
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May 30

Tolkien's "modern" sources - i.e. Morris?

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But if she had done that, there wouldn't be any valuable marketing to be done by claiming no one thought of it before! Can't have that now, can we? -- Larry
Larry Swain
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May 24

Uhhh ....

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From the synopsis of Mirkwood that John gave: http://sacnoths.blogspot.com/2011/03/hillards-mirkwood-spoilers.html ... Charles, Owen, Ian, Cecil, Jack,
wendell_wagner
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May 21

Tolkien Studies 12

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Very strong line up! I can't wait to read it. Thanks for whetting our appetites, David. Leslie Leslie A. Donovan Professor, Honors College UNM Presidential
Leslie A. Donovan
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May 21

Article in The Chronicle of Higher Education and a new book about th

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Wow. If I were to list everything that's wrong with this article, it would be so long as to give the impression that I thought it totally off-base. But it
David Bratman
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May 11
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