- An Arthurian Omaggio to Michael Murrin and James Nohrnberg. Buckman, T. Y.; Ross, Charles // Arthuriana;Spring2011, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p3
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author discusses various reports published within the issues including one by Jo Ann Cavallo on the indication of arthurianization in the poems "Orlando Innamorato," and "Orlando Furioso," one by Ty Buckman on his essay on critical...
- OLYMPIAN DETACHMENT: A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE WORLD OF C.S. LEWIS'S CHARACTERS. Campbell, David C.; Hess, Dale E. // Studies in the Literary Imagination;Fall89, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p199
Examines the characters in the book 'That Hideous Strength,' by C.S. Lewis. Patterns of character development in his novels; Depiction of everyday experiences in the book; Description of the characters.
- The Oxford prophet. Colson, Charles; Pearcey, Nancy // Christianity Today;06/15/98, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p72
Presents information on the literary works of scholar C.S. Lewis. Theories in his essay `The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment'; Description on the book `Miracles'; Contents of the book `That Hideous Strength'.
- DEHUMANIZATION OF MAN. GARDINER, HAROLD C. // America;5/25/1946, Vol. 75 Issue 8, p157
The article reviews the book "That Hideous Strength," by C. S. Lewis.
- That Hideous Strength. Carl, Jared // Teen Ink;Jun2008, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p36
The article reviews the book "That Hideous Strength," by C.S. Lewis.
- C.S. Lewis on Today's College Administrators. // Power Line;12/5/2015, p1
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- Who Is Janet Reno? Lucier, James P. // Insight on the News;05/22/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 19, p48
Examines the role of United States Attorney General Janet Reno in the seizure of Cuban child refugee Elian Gonzalez from his relatives in Miami, Florida. Similarity of the Elian case with the novel written by C.S. Lewis in 1946 `That Hideous Strength'; Criticisms on the actions of Reno in the...
- THE SATIRIC IMAGINATION OF C.S. LEWIS. Schakel, Peter J. // Studies in the Literary Imagination;Fall89, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p129
Examines the satirical works of author C.S. Lewis. Concept of his book 'The Pilgrim's Progress'; Influence of the book 'Gulliver's Travels,' by Jonathan Swift on Lewis' works; Overview of the book 'The Screwtape Letters'; Representation of bureaucratic structure in the book 'That Hideous Strength.'
- Anti-State Fantasy and the Fiction of the 1940s. MacKay, Marina // Literature & History;Spring2015, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p27
This essay argues that the wartime institutionalisation of emergency governmental powers and the expectation of their continuance under a post-war socialist administration led to a pervasive anti-statism indistinguishable from anti-Communism in the mid-century British novel. Focusing on...