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Charles Williams' 'War In Heaven' commences with the grandeur of a spiritual battle that transcends the mere confines of ordinary worldly skirmishes. Williams weaves a narrative that is at once dense and poetic, embedding his tale within the rich tapestry of theological and mythological references that inform the framework of his literary imagination. This particular edition, masterfully reproduced by DigiCat Publishing, is a testament to their commitment to preserving the legacy of humankind's literary heritage. The story unfurls in a style that is emblematic of Williams', where the prose is lofty and the dialogue is imbued with a timeless quality that belies the age in which it was written, making the content as relevant today as it was at the time of its inception.

Charles Williams, a notable member of the Inklings, a literary group that boasted the likes of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, drew upon his profound spiritual insights and esoteric interests to craft this novel. His background in theology and his career as a publisher and editor at the Oxford University Press significantly contributed to the depth and complexity of 'War In Heaven'. The novel is not merely a reflection of Williams' extensive knowledge but also an embodiment of his personal quest for understanding the divine amidst the tumult of the earthly realm.

'War In Heaven' is recommended for those who appreciate literary brilliance and depth, as well as for readers who seek a text that challenges the intellect and stirs the soul. This edition, carefully curated by DigiCat Publishing, deserves a place on the bookshelves of scholars and enthusiasts of classic literature. It offers not only an engaging tale but also an enduring conversation with one of the most enigmatic literary figures of the twentieth century. Discover the layers of meaning woven into a mystical epic that reaffirms the enduring power of mythic storytelling in our secular age.


Atributos LU
Año de Edición
Charles Williams, Charles Williams
Núm. Páginas
Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
War In Heaven
Biografía del Autor
<p>Charles Williams (1886?1945) was a British writer, poet, and editor, renowned for his contribution to the genre of supernatural thriller and fantasy literature. His work is often marked by a profound interest in metaphysics and theology, seamlessly integrating these elements with suspenseful narratives. Williams was a member of the Inklings, an informal Oxford literary group that included C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, with whom he developed close friendships. His novel \'War in Heaven\' (1930) stands out as a quintessential example of his literary craft, intertwining Christian mysticism with a gripping tale of the Holy Grail in modern England. The book is emblematic of his style, weaving together the mundane with the celestial, thus exploring the interplay between the spiritual and the physical realms. Williams\'s influence extends beyond literature into the fields of theology and criticism, where his insights and use of literary devices have been widely acknowledged. Although not as widely known as some of his contemporaries, Williams\'s works continue to captivate readers who find in his stories a unique blend of spiritual depth and imaginative vision.</p>
ISBN: 8596547184928
Referencia: BW1037922620

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