Vol. 17 (1990-1991)
No. 1 (1990)
Joy and Memory: Wordsworth as Illuminated by C.S. Lewis
Relates Lewis’s concept of “Joy” to the poetry of Wordsworth, particularly the poet’s concept of “Imagination.” While Lewis connected Joy with Christianity, Wordsworth tried to locate it “in the natural phenomena that are only its vehicles.”
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