Owen Barfield


Praises The Great Divorce because in it the two sides of the author—“the atomically rational Lewis and mythopoeic Lewis—I will not say united, but they do at least join hands.” Cogent argument is combined with “vividly imagined” narrative and descriptive imagery.

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