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In 'All Hallows' Eve,' Charles Williams presents a unique concoction of metaphysical thriller and spiritual meditation. This novel, rich with poetic prose and complex imagery, is more than a story; it is an exploration of the supernatural and the redemptive power of love beyond death. Amidst the backdrop of World War II, Williams weaves a narrative that is both haunting and profound, moving between the real world and the spiritual plane with deft literary skill. The book is part of a larger corpus of Williams's work that delves into the theological and mystical, standing out for its depth and esoteric themes within the mid-20th century literary context.
In discussing Williams himself, one cannot ignore the profound impact of his involvement with The Inklings, an Oxford literary discussion group that counted C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien among its members. It was this association that helped shape his distinctive literary voice, reflecting a blending of Christian theology, mythic elements, and a hint of Gothic intrigue. 'All Hallows' Eve' is an embodiment of Williams's personal and philosophical preoccupations, imbuing his narrative with an otherworldly gravitas and a deep sense of morality.
For those intrigued by novels that challenge the boundaries between the physical and the metaphysical, 'All Hallows' Eve' comes highly recommended. Readers who appreciate the interplay of literary fiction and theological inquiry will find in Williams's work a profound experience that resonates with the soulful search for meaning. This DigiCat Publishing reprint offers a new opportunity to treasure a classic that has long influenced readers, serving as a testament to Williams's enduring contribution to world literature.


Atributos LU
Año de Edición
Charles Williams, Charles Williams
Núm. Páginas
Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
All Hallows Eve
Biografía del Autor
<p>Charles Williams (1886?1945) was a British writer, editor, and member of the Inklings, a literary discussion group at Oxford, which included C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Williams was born in London and worked as an editor at the Oxford University Press. His literary career is marked by a synthesis of Christian theology, romanticism, and supernatural elements. His works often explore the coexistence of the spiritual and material worlds.<br><br>Williams\'s novel, \'All Hallows\' Eve\' (1945), embodies his signature blend of spiritual conflict and metaphysical themes. It is often seen as a vivid exploration of the afterlife and the redemptive possibilities of spiritual love. Throughout his writings, Williams developed a unique narrative style, characterized by complex symbolism and a depth of psychological insight. His other notable works include \'War in Heaven\' (1930), \'The Place of the Lion\' (1931), and \'Descent into Hell\' (1937), all of which share the metaphysical and mythological underpinnings that define Williams\'s literary style. Charles Williams has left a profound impact on the fantasy genre and continues to be studied for his contributions to 20th-century literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547184959
Referencia: BW1037932744

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