Essays Presented to Charles Williams
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|Essays Presented to Charles Williams|
|Author||Edited by C.S. Lewis|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Released||4 December 1947|
|Format||Hardback in dustwrapper|
Essays Presented to Charles Williams is a collection of six articles by friends of Charles Williams, written to present to him on his leaving Oxford, but published to honour his death in 1945.
- Dorothy Sayers: "A note on The Divine Comedy"
- J.R.R. Tolkien: "On Fairy-Stories"
- C.S. Lewis: "On Stories"
- Owen Barfield: "Poetic Diction and Legal Fiction"
- Gervase Mathew: "Marriage and Amour Courtois in Late-Fourteenth-Century England"
- W.H. Lewis: "The Galleys of France"