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C.S. Lewis & Friends Research Guide

C.S. Lewis gathered around him a group of Christian scholars and thinkers known as The Inklings. They wrote about and discussed many current ideas and problems. Some of these ideas and problems are not limited by time and they are still with us today.




Jarrar, Osama. "Language, Ideology, and Fairytales: George Macdonald's Fairy Tales as a Social Critique of Victorian Norms of Sexuality and Sex Roles." North Wind 29 (2009): 33-49. Web. 8th Oct. 2012.
                  Full Text @ Taylor

Lewis, C. S. “Eros” The Four Loves. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1960. Print.
                  Brown 241 L58
                  Main Colleciton: 241 L58

Lewis, C. S. “Sexuality and Morality” Mere Christianity: A Revised and Amplified Edition, with a New Introduction, of the Three Books, Broadcast Talks, Christian Behaviour, and Beyond Personality. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2001. Print.
                   Brown 204 L58M
                   Main Collection: 204 L58M

MacDonald, George, and Maurice Sendak. The Light Princess. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1969. Print.
                   Brown JF M14Lp FAR

McGillis, Roderick. “George MacDonald Then and Now: The Case of the Light Princes” North Wind 26 (2007): 37-47. Web. 8th Oct. 2012
                   Journal found in Brown Collection

Nicholi, Armand M. “Sex: Is the Pursuit of Pleasure Our Only Purpose?” “Love: Is All Love Sublimated Sex?” The Question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, and the Meaning of Life. New York: Free, 2002. Print.
                    Brown 212.1 N514q
                    Main Collection: 212.1 N514q

Tolkien, J.R.R. "#43." Letter to Christopher Tolkien. N.d. The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company,1981.pp.48-49. Print.
                     Brown 828 T57L
                     Main Collection: 828.912 T57L