Welcome and enjoy the 27th installment of my lectures on Tolkien and Lewis!
A friend sent me the link to this wonderful discussion about Gerard Manley Hopkins on BBC Radio. It’s well worth the investment of time. Sit back and listen as several scholars wax eloquent on the poet who truly captured the grandeur of God:
What is the meaning of life and what does the great Russian writer have to say about it?
My wife, Susannah, has finally been discovered; not by me, of course because I discovered her years ago. She has finally been discovered by journals which are publishing her literary essays. She now writes regularly for the Epoch Times and is being published regularly by the Imaginative Conservative. Here are her musings on what it might feel like to be a character in some of the greatest works of literature:
What happens when a thoroughly Catholic play is performed at a thoroughly Protestant university? Here’s the answer: