2 edition of Place of the lion. found in the catalog.
Place of the lion.
Written in English
Originally published, Faber, 1931.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||206|
Meacham wrote American Lion drawing in part on previously unavailable documents, including letters, diaries, memorabilia, and accounts from Jackson's intimate circle that had been largely privately-owned years. Much of the correspondence was found in archives at The Hermitage, Jackson's estate in Nashville, : Jon Meacham. THE PLACE OF THE LION—A REVIEW FROM THE SPECTATOR, MA Mr. Gollanz does well to reprint The Place of the Lion, first published sixteen years ago, in his Connoisseur's Library of Strange Fiction.A scholar, a poet and a novelist, the late Charles Williams was one of the most remarkable men of letters of our times.
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In The Place of the Lion Williams writes an elaborate Revelations kind of prophecy, blending realism with the supernatural and symbolic. The place of the lion is earth; the lion is both a Form for the supernatural beings medievalists called Intelligences, and the symbol for man, as the lion in the story is a hybrid of by: The place of the lion is earth; the lion is both a Form for the supernatural beings medievalists called Intelligences, and the symbol for man, as the lion in the story is a hybrid of both.
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