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Which writers did you discover through Lewis

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Re: Which writers did you discover through Lewis

Postby equustel » 03 Dec 2009, 17:14

moordarjeeling wrote:
Mr Bultitude wrote: I've found it difficult to find some of Lewis's own favorites at the big chain bookstores (particularly Charles Williams whom I'm dying to read for the first time)


I saw some of Williams's online not long ago. I expect there would be some available through secondhand vendors such as abebooks also; Amazon may link to them.

Wonderful books imo!


A great place to find Charles Williams books (and all other rare, out-of-print stuff) is biblio.com- that's where I've found/ordered all of mine. It's basically a site set up for independent booksellers - kind of like eBay, but specialized, and very well-run. I just got an awesome old paperback of Williams' Descent of the Dove from there; can't wait to read it.
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Re: Which writers did you discover through Lewis

Postby larry gilman » 03 Dec 2009, 18:53

equustel wrote: I just got an awesome old paperback of Williams' Descent of the Dove from there; can't wait to read it.


One of his best. A profound work.

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