Charles Williams had a genius for choosing strange and exciting themes for his novels and making them believable and profoundly suggestive of ...Show synopsisCharles Williams had a genius for choosing strange and exciting themes for his novels and making them believable and profoundly suggestive of spiritual truths. All Hallows' Eve is the story of a man and woman whose love was so great it could bridge the gap of death; of evil so terrible as to be unmentionable, of a vision so beautiful it must be true.Hide synopsis
Description:Good. XVIII + 174pp. Softcover in good condition. General shelf...Good. XVIII + 174pp. Softcover in good condition. General shelf-wear to cover. Fading to edges of wrappers. Previous owner's name on front and back endpapers. Pages tanned. Some foxing. Clean text.
I read this book because I knew C.S. Lewis, as well as other greats
(Dorothy Sayers and T.S. Eliot) had a great respect for Charles
My discrepancy with the book is that the author tries to show a
spiritual truth and ends up far away from any foundational truth.
There is moments of rich imagery throughout the book, but the the story
line leaves something to be desired.
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