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Winter 1988

Winter 1988

Volume 64, Number 1

  • David Kirby’s “The Sex Lives of the James Family”
  • Jean Edward Smith’s “General Clay and the Russians: A Continuation of the Wartime Alliance in Germany, 1945-1948”
  • James Axtell’s “Confessions of A Bibliolater”
  • Paul Roazen’s “Louis Hartz’s Teaching”
  • Stories by David Kirby, Jean Edward Smith, James Axtell, and Paul Roazen
  • Poetry by Kathleen Norms, James Applewhite, Debra Bruce, and Daniel Corrie
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Winter 1988

Table of Contents

C.S. Lewis and His Critics

Nearly a quarter century after his death on Nov. 22, 1963, the popularity of C.S. Lewis, who made his living as a literary scholar at Oxford and Cambridge but is better known for his apologetic and imaginative works of Christian literature, refuses t [...]

Author Profiles

David Kirby is the Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of English at Florida State University.

Michael Nelson is professor of political science at Rhodes College. A former editor of The Washington Monthly, he has published twenty books on the American presidency, national elections, and higher education.