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Into the Wardrobe A Community of Wardrobians 2010-09-02T17:43:50+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/feed.php?f=45 2010-09-02T17:43:50+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10179&p=206600#p206600 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Because the World Should Eat like a Hobbit!]]>

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2010-06-09T15:49:21+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4447&p=205584#p205584 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: Tolkien's Criticism of The Chronicles of Narnia]]>
Moreover, "the Body of Christ" is more than His resurrected form- it is the body of the membership, the Eucharist, and possibly more. While He is a man, He has appeared as a child to numerous saints, which is odd and paradoxical - where is the form of the child now? - but not contested by the Church. Ransom is said to be an extension of the Body of Christ. With all this variety, I don't think the form of a lion is very much of a problem.

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2010-06-07T07:37:54+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4996&p=205525#p205525 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: LOTR quote game]]>
'Then be comforted."

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2010-06-07T07:10:10+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4447&p=205524#p205524 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: Tolkien's Criticism of The Chronicles of Narnia]]>
teomiriam wrote:
And Jesus is called "The Lion of Judah" several times in the Bible (I am too lazy now to look for an instance), but I'm almost sure this is what Lewis hinted at when he made Aslan a lion.


It may have been more like the other way around. Lewis was having nightmares about a giant lion. Making the lion Jesus may have been the afterthought.

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2010-06-07T06:56:49+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4447&p=205523#p205523 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: Tolkien's Criticism of The Chronicles of Narnia]]>
Adam Linton wrote:
2) Tolkien, in fact, had major problems with the Space Trilogy, especially That Hideous Strength, which Tolkien said that had been ruined by Lewis' mixing of myth (under the influence, according to Tolkien, of Charles Williams).


Haven't read much Tolkien, but I do see a lot of Charles Williams in THS. (And a lot of THS in GOOD OMENS, parody that is ;-) )

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2010-06-07T06:52:03+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4447&p=205522#p205522 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: re: Tolkien's Criticism of The Chronicles of Narnia]]>
Larry W. wrote:
I just wondered what would have happened if at one of their meetings Lewis would say, "Read this copy of my new book-- The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and tell me what me what you think of it.


"Oh, f---, another talking animal!"

g,d,r

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2010-06-07T06:33:11+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4996&p=205521#p205521 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: LOTR quote game]]> Two Towers, Ch. VII "Helm's Deep" - the gents in question are A. and Eomer.

Pause while I have breakfast and think of another one.

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2010-06-07T00:36:59+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4996&p=205518#p205518 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: LOTR quote game]]> Statistics: Posted by jo — 07 Jun 2010, 00:36


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2010-05-20T14:19:48+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=9060&p=205120#p205120 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • Re: Tolkien library comparisons]]>
Adam Linton wrote:
It's time, I think for some renewed Wardrobe attention to J. R. R. T.

Accordingly, I invite a Tolkien library comparison.?

Here is my collection, thus far:

The Hobbit [Hardcover Collector's Edition]
The Hobbit [Paperback]
The Lord of the Rings [Hardcover Collector's Edition]
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring [Paperback]
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers [Paperback]
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King [Paperback]
The Silmarillion [Hardcover]
Unfinished Tales: The Lost Lore of Middle Earth [Paperback]
The Tolkien Reader [Paperback]
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Pearl and Sir Orfeo [Paperback]
The Monsters and the Critics and Other Essays [Paperback]
The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien [Paperback]

The J.R.R. Tolkien Audio Collection [4 CDs]

Humphrey Carpenter, J.R.R. Tolkien: A Biography
John Garth, Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-Earth
Peter Gilliver, et al., The Ring of Words: Tolkien and the Oxford English Dictionary
Marjorie Burns, Perilous Realms: Celtic and Norse in Tolkien's Middle-Earth
Robert Foster, The Complete Guide to Middle-earth

I also own the extended editions of Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

- Jared

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2010-05-18T23:28:02+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10104&p=205092#p205092 <![CDATA[Inklings & Influences • The Princess and the Goblin]]>
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