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Informing the Inklings
George MacDonald and the Victorian Roots of Modern Fantasy
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Hart, and Jean Webb as well as other Inklings experts. Like the authors they write about, these scholars believe imaginative fiction has
the power to enrich and even change our lives.
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"This marvelous collection of essays appeals to both the intellect and the imagination, drawing us to consider stories from a past generation as doorways for meaning and transformation today. The connection between George MacDonald and his circle to C. S. Lewis and his circle has never been made so clear."
Bruce R. Johnson, General Editor of Sehnsucht: The C. S. Lewis Journal
"Unlike many books about the Inklings, which primarily just rehash what has already been published before, Informing the Inklings offers original and important insights over and over again." Timothy Larsen, Wheaton College, author of George McDonald in the Age of Miracles
"The scope of these well-arranged and very accessible pieces is extraordinary, bringing out a central purpose in the Inklings – the making of myth – with its debt to nineteenth-century fantasy."
Colin Duriez, author of The Oxford Inklings
"I was once told that “If you don’t know George, you don’t know Jack”. Having read this fine collection, I know more about both Jack and George (and a good many other writers besides), and I ’m grateful."
Michael Ward, University of Oxford, co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to C.S. Lewis.
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Table of Contents
Preface by Stephen Pricket
"Needles of Eternal Light": How Coleridge Aroused MacDOnald and Lewis by Malcolm Guite
Rooted Deep: Relational Inklings of the Mythopoeic Maker, George MacDonald by Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson
Materiality, Metaphore, and Mystery: Imagination and Humanity in George MacDonald by Trevor Hart
Organized Innocence: MacDonald, Lewis, and Literature "For the Childlike" by Daniel Gableman
Fantasy, Fear, and Reality: Tracing Pathways Bewteeen Kingsley, Carroll, and MacDonald Leading to the Inklings by Jean Webb
"The Leaven Hid in the Meal" George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis, and the Practice of Literary Criticism by Bethany Ber Hubbard
Dreaming into Hyperspace: The Victorian Spacial Imagination and the Origins of Modern Fantasy in MacDonald and Carroll by Kirstin A. Mills
Genre Problems: Amdrew Lang and J.R.R. Tolkien on (Fairy) Stories and (Literary) Belief by Sharin Schroder
St. George and Jack the Giant Killer: As Wise as Women Are'? Gender, Science, and Religious Faith in George MacDonald's Thomas Wingfold, Curat and C.S. Lewis's Out of the Silent Planet and That Hideous Strength by Monica B. Hilter
"A Living House": Everyday Life and Living an Sacramental Poetics in George MacDonald and C.S. Lewis by Rebecca Ann Lamb
Interpretations of Faerie: A Reading of Susanna Clarke's Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, as Informed by George MacDonald by Istavan Szabadi