The Inklings (book)
|The Inklings: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams and Their Friends|
|Publisher||George Allen and Unwin|
|Format||Hardback in dustwrapper|
Includes a large number of previously unpublished extracts from letters and other writings by J.R.R. Tolkien. Also includes a reproduction of a note to Dr. Warfield M. Firor from the Inklings, to which Tolkien added his name and a potted four line biography.
1 'Oh for the people who speak one's own language' 2 'What? You too?' 3 Mythopoeia 4 'The sort of thing a man might say'
1 C.W. 2 'A tremendous flow of words'
1 'They are good for my mind' 2 'We had nothing to say to one another' 3 Thursday evenings 4 'A fox that isn't there' 5 'Hwart! we Inclinga'
1 'No one turned up' 2 Till We Have Faces
A Biographical Notes B Bibliography C Sources of quotations D Acknowledgements