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    THE ARTHURIAN POETRY OF CHARLES WILLIAMS Edited by Grevel Lindop and John Matthews.       A HUNDRED STEPS TO THE GRAIL: A Writer’s Diary by Caitlín Matthews                    
                             
   
THE ARTHURIAN POETRY OF CHARLES WILLIAMS Edited by Grevel Lindop and John Matthews.
     
A HUNDRED STEPS TO THE GRAIL: A Writer’s Diary by Caitlín Matthews
     
 
     
 
   
                             
   
Charles Williams is perhaps the least well known of the Inklings, a writers’ group based in Oxford which included J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. This collection of Williams’s major Arthurian poetry makes available again all of his previously published verse on the Arthurian Legend. The earliest work, published here for the first time since its original appearance in 1913, is the ‘Pageant Song of Gwent’, which shows Williams thinking about the Arthurian legends even this early. This, along with poems from Heroes and Kings (1930) and Three Plays (1931), comprises all of Williams’s early published work on the subject, and is followed by his mature work, contained in the two major sequences Taliessin Through Logres (1938) and The Region of the Summer Stars (1944), which form the centre of this collection.  Format: eBook. Print length: 197pp.
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Between January and May 2015, while Caitlín Matthews was writing The Lost Book of the Grail, a study of the 13th century Old French poem, The Elucidation, she also kept a daily diary of her progress.  Within these daily explorations of what it is to be a writer researching the Grail legends, Caitlín uncovers the art of writing, the fascinating depths of myth and the mystical imagination, and the very essence of the Grail quest from both the Pagan and Christian viewpoints.  Myth, Arthurian legend, history, cooking, meditation and writing interweave to frame a window on a writer’s world, giving a view of rare intimacy. Writing from inside the Grail myth, Caitlín looks for the handholds and stepping places that pilgrims search for upon their quest.  
Format: eBook.  Print length 82pp.
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