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C.S. Lewis and a Problem of Evil

C.S. Lewis and a Problem of Evil:

An Investigation of a Pervasive Theme

By Jerry Root

An examination of C.S. Lewis's ethical thought, in particular his critique of subjectivism, as explored through his fictional writings.

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ISBN: 9780227173381

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ISBN: 9780227903001
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Faith and Doubt

Faith and Doubt:

Religion and Secularisation in Literature from Wordsworth to Larkin

By R.L. Brett

Shedding new light on often neglected areas, this study of the leading literary figures of the 19th and 20th centuries explores the complex interplay between faith and doubt in English literature since the Enlightenment.

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ISBN: 9780227679418
The Ideal of Kingship in the Writings of Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien

The Ideal of Kingship in the Writings of Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien:

Divine Kingship is Reflected in Middle-Earth

By Christopher Scarf

An inter-disciplinary examination of the role played by Christian ideal of Kingship in the works of the Oxford 'Inklings', enriching our understanding of how their beliefs shaped their literary endeavours.

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ISBN: 9780227174012

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ISBN: 9780227901946
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Image Government

Image Government:

Monarchical Metamorphoses in English Literature and Art, 1649–1702

By T.R. Langley

An examination of the art of political 'spin' in late 17th century England, and how art and literature reflected the changing ideologies of the Stuart era and were used to manipulate political opinion.

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ISBN: 9780227679630
Literature and Sacrament

Literature and Sacrament:

The Sacred and the Secular in John Donne

By Theresa M. DiPasquale

This acclaimed study of Donne's secular and religious poetry places it in the context of 17th century theories of representation and reception, and sheds new light on the poetics of the period.

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ISBN: 9780227679678
Milton's Inward Liberty

Milton's Inward Liberty:

A Reading of Christian Liberty from the Prose to Paradise Lost

By Filippo Falcone

A study of how Milton's literary work reflects a more complex conception of liberty than is often traditionally supposed, transcending the political to include an inward, spiritual understanding of freedom.

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ISBN: 9780227174944

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On Poetry

On Poetry

By Giovanni Antonio Viperano

One of the most significant works of poetics of the Renaissance, covering the historical development of poetry, the theoretical basis of poetics, and the practicalities of reading and writing poetry.

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ISBN: 9780227678961
Patriotism, Power and Print

Patriotism, Power and Print:

National Consciousness in Tudor England

By Gillian Brennan

A masterly study of national consciousness, language and literature in 16th century England, exploring the nature of patriotism, the different modes of cultural expression it finds, and its use in political and religious propaganda.

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ISBN: 9780227679623
A Portrait of Richard Graves

A Portrait of Richard Graves

By Clarence Tracy

An engaging biography of the 18th century English novelist and country cleric, illustrating the close parallels between his life and his literary works and evoking a detailed picture of rural life in Georgian England.

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ISBN: 9780227678985
Apostle Paul
Apostle Paul (PB)
By Robert Orlando
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