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Poems (1994) [Collection]
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C.S. Lewis is one of the world's most popular Christian writers. His clear explanations of Christian doctrine have never been surpassed.

This definitive collection of poetry contains a rich variety of styles and moods -- intimate, emotional, satirical, ironic, classical, mystical; but always clear-headed and full of wisdom. The collection will be an essential part of any Lewis library.

Contents:

  • Part I: The Hidden Country
    • A Confession
    • Impenitence
    • A Cliché Came Out of Its Cage
    • Pan's Purge
    • Narnian Suite
    • The Magician and the Dryad
    • The True Nature of Gnomes
    • The Birth of Language
    • The Planets
    • Pindar Sang
    • Hermione in the House of Paulina
    • Young King Cole
    • The Prodigality of Firdausi
    • Le Roi S'Amuse
    • Vitrea Circe
    • The Landing
    • The Day with a White Mark
    • Donkey's Delight
    • The Small Man Orders His Wedding
    • The Country of the Blind
    • On Being Human
    • The Ecstasy
    • The Saboteuse
    • The Last of the Wine
    • As One Oldster to Another
    • Ballad of Dead Gentlemen
    • The Adam Unparadised
    • The Adam at Night
    • Solomon
    • The Late Passenger
    • The Turn of the Tide
  • Part II: The Backward Glance
    • Evolutionary Hymn
    • Prelude to Space: An Epithalamium
    • Science-Fiction Cradlesong
    • An Expostulation: Against too many writers of sciece fiction
    • Odora Canum Vis: A defence of certain modern biographers and critics
    • On a Vulgar Error
    • The Future of Forestry
    • Lines During a General Election
    • The Condemned
    • The Genuine Article
    • On the Atomic Bomb: Metrical Experiment
    • To the Author of Flowering Rifle
    • To Roy Campbell
    • Coronation March
    • "Man is a Lumpe Where All Beasts Kneaded Be"
    • On a Picture by Chirico
    • On a Theme from Nicholas of Cusa
    • What the Bird Said Early in the Year
    • The Salamander
    • Infatuation
    • Vowels and Sirens
    • The Prudent Jailer
    • Aubade
    • Pattern
    • After Aristotle
    • Reason
    • To Andrew Marvell
    • Lines Written in a Copy of Milton's Work
    • Scholar's Melancholy
  • Part III: A Larger World
    • Wormwood
    • Virtue's Independence
    • Posturing
    • Deception
    • Deadly Sins
    • The Dragon Speaks
    • Dragon-Slayer
    • Lilith
    • A Pageant Played in Vain
    • When the Curtain's Down
    • Divine Justice
    • Eden's Courtesy
    • The Meteorite
    • Two Kinds of Memory
    • Re-adjustment
    • Nearly They Stood
    • Relapse
    • Late Summer
    • To a Friend
    • To Charles Williams
    • After Vain Pretence
    • Angel's Song
    • Joys That Sting
    • Old Poets Remembered
    • As the Ruin Falls
  • Part IV: Noon's Intensity
    • Poem for Psychoanalysts and/or Theologians
    • Noon's Intensity
    • Sweet Desire
    • Caught
    • Forbidden Pleasure
    • The Naked Seed
    • Scazons
    • Legion
    • Pilgrim's Problem
    • Sonnet
    • The Phoenix
    • The Nativity
    • Prayer
    • Love's as Warm as Tears
    • No Beauty We Could Desire
    • Stephen to Lazarus
    • Five Sonnets
    • Evensong
    • The Apologist's Evening Prayer
    • Footnote to All Prayers
    • After Prayers, Lie Cold
  • Part V: A Farewell to Shadowlands
    • Epigrams and Epitaphs

Original title: Poems
Original languages: English

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Poems (1994)
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Language: English

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ISBN: 0006278337

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