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C.S. Lewis , 1926-1963

Dep. c. 1072
Held at the Weston Library

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Includes: 'Clivi Hamiltonis Summae Metaphysices Contra Anthroposophos Libri II', Nov. 1928, 'Replicit Anthroposophus Barfieldus', and Lewis's response; typescript correspondence in the guise of solicitors for King Mark I of Cornwall and Sir Tristan, 503 AD, [1947]; and many poems and drawings by C.S. Lewis. The letters are predominantly photocopies but there is one original letter (fol. 274), dated 21 May 1962, asking Barfield and Harwood to visit during the summer vacation, annotated with a note from Barfield to Cecil Harwood. Also a list of C.S. Lewis material found in the Barfield papers, 'Record of the Barfield papers handed me for xeroxing on July 18, 1969'. Arranged chronologically with undated items at the end.


  • Creation: 1926-1963


346 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English

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Dep. c. 1072

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Weston Library
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