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At the Back of the North Wind By George Macdonald
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'At the Back of the North Wind' is one of MacDonald's best loved fairy-tales. First published in 1870, it has remained in print and in people's hearts ever since. Full of beauty, joy and wisdom, this... More > story is comforting, haunting and challenging by turns. Set in 19th Century London, it tells of Diamond, the son of a coachman, and his adventures with North Wind, a mysterious, beautiful and sometimes fearful spirit at whose back lies the greatest of all adventures. George Macdonald (1824-1905) was a friend to Lewis Carroll and has been acknowledged by C.S.Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien, W.H.Auden, Madeleine L'Engle and many others. Although many people are not aware of it, they may have read George Macdonald's words in the work of C.S.Lewis, who said, "I have never concealed the fact that I regarded Macdonald as my master, indeed I fancy I have never written a book in which I did not quote from him."< Less
The Princess and Curdie By George Macdonald
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George Macdonald (1824-1905) was a friend to Lewis Carroll and has been acknowledged by C.S.Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien, W.H.Auden, Madeleine L'Engle and many others. Although many people are not aware of... More > it, they may have read George Macdonald's words in the work of C.S.Lewis, who said, "I have never concealed the fact that I regarded Macdonald as my master, indeed I fancy I have never written a book in which I did not quote from him." Singled out as "great works" by Lewis were : "Phantastes, The Curdie books, The Golden Key, The Wise Woman, and Lilith." This book follows The Princess and the Goblin (also available from RESONANCE BookWorks), and together they are the Curdie books which Lewis regarded so highly. "I do not write for children, but for the childlike, whether of five, or fifty, or seventy-five." - George Macdonald. This book can be read on its own, or with 'The Princess and the Goblin', as a simple fairy story, a moral tale, or on varying levels of metaphysical allegory.< Less
Lilith By George Macdonald
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Mister Vane is learning his way around his father's house, a house which is filled with doorways to another world - the world of Lilith. What is dream and what is reality? Is he alive or is he... More > dead? Will he ever find how to get back home? If he does, will he want to go? George Macdonald (1824-1905) was a friend to Lewis Carroll and has been acknowledged by C.S.Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien, W.H.Auden, Madeleine L'Engle and many others. Many may have read unawares George Macdonald's words in the work of C.S.Lewis, who once wrote, "I have never concealed the fact that I regarded Macdonald as my master, indeed I fancy I have never written a book in which I did not quote from him." Singled out as "great works" by Lewis were : "Phantastes", The "Curdie" books, "The Golden Key", "The Wise Woman", and "Lilith".< Less
Lilith By George Macdonald
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Mister Vane is learning his way around his father's house, a house which is filled with doorways to another world - the world of Lilith. What is dream and what is reality? Is he alive or is he dead?... More > Will he ever find how to get back home? If he does, will he want to go? Published towards the end of Macdonald's life, Lilith, like Phantastes, is a fairy-tale for grown-ups. It is also a profound lesson and warning, and an expression of that version of Christianity which denies damnation, for espousing which Macdonald and Lewis Carroll were rejected by the established church. Lilith is the last of George MacDonald's books to be described as a great work by C S Lewis.< Less
Lilith By George Macdonald
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Mister Vane is learning his way around his father's house, a house which is filled with doorways to another world - the world of Lilith. What is dream and what is reality? Is he alive or is he dead?... More > Will he ever find how to get back home? If he does, will he want to go? Published towards the end of Macdonald's life, Lilith, like Phantastes, is a fairy-tale for grown-ups. It is also a profound lesson and warning, and an expression of that version of Christianity which denies damnation, for espousing which Macdonald and Lewis Carroll were rejected by the established church. Lilith is the last of George MacDonalds books to be described as a great work by C S Lewis.< Less
The Princess and the Goblin By George Macdonald
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Haunting faerie tale by MacDonald, inspiration to C S Lewis, David Lindsay and J R R Tolkien.

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