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Literary criticism on The Screwtape Letters

Literary criticism on The Screwtape Letters

Postby RunningBothRaces » 15 Nov 2004, 02:58

As a requirement of a research paper I am writing, I need to quote and include two "professional" (which is a quite ambiguous term) literary criticisms. I'm reading the book for the second time in two years, and I should be qualified, but I have a teacher that is a stickler for rules.

Any help is appreciated, this site has already supplied plenty of information on Jack's background and I thought I'd return to a dependable site.
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Re: Literary criticism on The Screwtape Letters

Postby Sven » 17 Nov 2004, 23:53

Try
C. S. Lewis Spinner of Tales by Evan Gibson
The Literary Legacy of C. S. Lewis by Chad Walsh

Selah,
Sven
Rat! he found breath to whisper, shaking. Are you afraid?
Afraid? murmured the Rat, his eyes shining with unutterable love.
Afraid! Of Him? O, never, never! And yet -- and yet -- O, Mole, I am afraid!
Then the two animals, crouching to the earth, bowed their heads and did worship.
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Re: Literary criticism on The Screwtape Letters

Postby Ar-Zimrahil » 21 Dec 2004, 01:30

First of all, you should instead write a paper about how Lewis obhored Literary Criticism.
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Re: Literary criticism on The Screwtape Letters

Postby Guest » 21 Dec 2004, 06:56

First of all, you should instead write a paper about how Lewis obhored Literary Criticism.


In what sense did he hate it? Can you provide any quotations from his works to show this?
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