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Edith Crowe


Scholarly Guest of Honor address, Mythcon 12. Discusses references to elves and fairies in the poetry of Lewis. Faerie provides a romantic streak in nature, and/or psychological symbols of escape, in the early poems. Faerie and Christianity vie in “The Queen of Drum,” and Faerie is virtually absent from his later poems.

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