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  1. Zololar
    The 20th century's best-loved storyteller was also among its greatest letter writers! From reflections on The Hobbit to his friendship with C.S. Lewis, Tolkien poured forth fascinating dispatches to family, the famous, and unknown fans worldwide. Meet the man behind Middle-earth through his delightfully styled correspondencealternately playful, tender, scholarly, and Christian.
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  2. Vudomi
    Home to the George MacDonald Society Established in the Golden Key is the premier on-line resource for all things related to the Victorian Novelist, Poet and Christian Fantasy writer George MacDonald () and online home to the George MacDonald Society.
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  3. Mezik
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  4. Virr
    Apr 16,  · There’s a rumor going around that C. S. Lewis was an irritable introvert, isolated and lonely and scared to death of girls. Maybe it all comes from some grim stereotype of smart people or college professors or, maybe, published writers. That whole .
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  5. Grogis
    Sep 10,  · Calling themselves the Inklings, their circle grew. It was in this company that such classics as The Lord of the Rings, The Screwtape Letters, and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe first found an audience. Author Humphrey Carpenter was born in Oxford and was acquainted with Tolkien, Hugo Dryson, and several other Inklings.
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  6. Mejora
    If you have bloodroot in your woods and want some in your shade garden, the rhizomes (root structures) can be dug up and moved easily. But wear gloves! The roots produce a red sap which has been used for dyes, but it is highly toxic.
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  7. Zunris
    The A-Z of C.S. Lewis: An encyclopedia of his life, thought and writings by Colin Curiez is something I would have picked up while walking through a bookstore, so I quickly jumped at the chance to review it for this book tour/5(21).
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  8. Jujas
    C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and their friends were a regular feature of the Oxford scenery in the years during and after the Second World War. They drank beer on Tuesdays at the 'Bird and Baby', and on Thursday nights they met in Lewis' Magdalen College rooms to read aloud from the books they were writing; jokingly they called themselves 'The Inklings'.4/5().
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