Playing the game may become identical with playing the game out. There are strategies for managing the end of the game, including ways of deferring that ending, which come not after the game but in the thick of it. For postmodernism has indeed shown an extraordinary capacity to renew itself in the conflagration of its demise. One might almost say that the derivative character of postmodernism, the name of which indicates that it comes after something else — modernism, modernity, or the modern — guarantees it an extended tenure that the naming of itself as an ex nihilo beginning might not.
Books by and about C. Lewis For a number of years I have been somewhat of a student of C. Lewis and have collected and read some quite casually the books outlined here.
Books noted with an asterisk indicate those that I have not seen. I have relied and inserted, for the most part, what the authors say about themselves and about the purposes for their books. In other cases, I have gone to the web for any information that was current at the time the book was published.
There are two sections: Lewis, including materials written by him, but edited by others, especially Walter Hooper; 2 Books and a few dissertations that others have written specifically about Lewis or that include information on Lewis—I have not included articles.
There are many sources about Lewis on the web—see, for example https: For an annotated bibliography, see: Many colleges and universities e. Bibliographies also often have links to other sites with Lewis information, e.
An example of electronic sources can be found at: An allegorical apology for Christianity, reason and romanticism.
Illustrated by Michael Hague. My comments refer to the deluxe illustrated edition There is also an Eerdmans Pocket Edition, published in Lewis divides the book into 10 sections: The remaining chapters called books are: Enlightenment, John and media, reason and the giant, Virtue and savage, John and contemplation, Mother Kirk and John and the dragon.
Out of the silent planet. It begins when he is simply trying to get home before dark. However, as it becomes late and he seems unlikely to get to his destination, he chances to meet a woman and asks her for directions to an inn where he might spend the night.
She is distressed and is waiting for her husband, Harry. Harry turns out to be dumb, but works at a place that Ransom will be passing. Ransom agrees to find her husband and pass on her message of anxiety.
Upon reaching the somewhat secluded place, Ransom has to climb a fence in order to get inside. There he is accosted by Devine a former acquaintance and his accomplice, Professor Weston. Unbeknownst to Ransom, they are conducting a human experiment, using Harry. Instead they use Ransom and the rest of the story is about his encounters once they reach Mars.
There are many publications of the book, the first by Bodley Head Ltd. My copies are the Pan Books edition, and a re-issue of the edition by Scribner, Illustrated, with a study guide.
Prepared by Walter Hooper and Owen Barfield. Lord and King Associates, Inc. Distributed by Fleming H. Revised edition contains the C. A revised and enlarged edition, with a new introduction, of the three books The Case for Christianity, Christian Behaviour, and Beyond Personality.
Edited and with an introduction by Walter Hooper. A further series of broadcast talks. The Centenary Press hardback.
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“Using Lewis’s private correspondence, scholarly books and articles, and creative writing, Boenig charts Lewis’s involvement with all things medieval, demonstrating the importance of the Middle Ages in any assessment of Lewis’s literary achievements.” (From the dust jacket) Robert Boenig is professor of English at Texas A&M University.