Typescript essays relating to Barfield and his work, 1988-1996
- Jonas Barciauskas, 'The Implicate Order as Desert of the Godhead: A Comparison of David Bohm and Meister Eckhart', essay relating to Owen Barfield, 1988
- James S. Cutsinger, 'C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and their friends', course notes, South Carolina College, typescript, 1989
- Francis J. Morris and Ronald C. Wendling, 'Coleridge and 'The Great Divide' between C.S. Lewis and Owen Barfield', essay, [?1989]
- Elmar Schenkel, 'Poetics and Evolution: Owen Barfield', photocopy of a paper presented at the University of Massachusetts, [c.1989]
- Martin Moynihan, 'Owen Barfield and Poetic Diction', essay, [1980s]
- Paul Piehler, 'Allegory and Iconoclasm: Barfield on the Literature of the Protestant Reformation', essay, [1980s]
- R.S. Reilly, 'Owen Barfield: Symbol and Teacher', essay, [1980s]
- Verlyn Flieger, ' Poetic Diction and Splintered Light', essay relating to Owen Barfield and J.R.R. Tolkien, [1980s]
- Howard W. Fulweiler, 'The Missing Link: Owen Barfield and the Scientific Imagination', essay with draft copy, [1980s]
- Transcript of an interview of Owen Barfield by Richard Ramsbotham, typescript, [?1980s]
- Richard A. Hocks, 'Thoreau, Coleridge, and Barfield: Reflections on the Imagination and the Law of Polarity', paper delivered at the University of Missouri, [?1980s]
- Stephen Thorson, 'Barfield's Evolution of Consciousness: how much did Lewis accept?', typescript article, with pencil annotations by Barfield, 
- Elmar Schenkel, 'Eine Geschichte Der Phänomene: Zum Werk des englischen Philosophen Owen Barfield', photocopied essay, [1990s]
- Thomas Kranidas, 'C.S. Lewis and the Poetry of Owen Barfield', typescript essay, n.d.
- John Lukacs, 'Chapter VI. Great Contemporaries', pp. 214-250, relating to Owen Barfield, photocopy of draft chapter, n.d.
- Creation: 1988-1996
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