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English Literature in the Sixteenth Century (Exclu&hellip by C. S. Lewis
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really enjoyable!, 24 May 2014
The size and the price might keep you away, but if you have enjoyed CS Lewis's other works and you are keen on English Literature then this volume, which he spent a considerable amount of time to complete, will surprise you with its readability. I've enjoyed it very much indeed. I've included short excerpts on The Church History Blog, so you can sample a few portions there first if you like.
Much Ado About Nothing [DVD] [2012] <b>DVD</b> ~ Amy Acker
It's very difficult to get Kenneth Branagh's energetic Benedick out of your mind as you watch what appears to be a somewhat lack-lustre performance here. The role of the priest as Pastor who comes up with a plan to resolve the problem was something I just didn't notice in previous productions - and I thought was just right. Also, for me, these songs were the very best modern arrangement of a Shakespeare song. Superb. This may not light up the play everywhere but it is definitely cool.
English literature in the sixteenth century exclud&hellip by C. S Lewis
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful stuff!, 21 April 2013
The size and the price might keep you away, but if you have enjoyed CS Lewis's other works and you are keen on English Literature then this volume, which he spent a considerable amount of time to complete, will surprise you with its readability. I've enjoyed it very much indeed. I've included short excerpts on The Church History Blog, so you can sample a few portions there first if you like.

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