The Charles Williams Society

Catalog Book List

Below is our catalogue of the books in the collection of the Charles Williams Society, held at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Oxford. You may also download this list as a Word Doc here.

This catalogue is divided into two parts:

PART I: Works by Charles Williams following the divisions given by Lois Glenn (with references in right column)

  • 1.A Books of Charles Williams
  • 1.A-i Poetry
  • 1.A-ii Novels
  • 1.A-iii Plays
  • 1.A-iv Criticism
  • 1.A-v Theology
  • 1.A-vi Biographies
  • 1.B Poems, Articles and Letters of Charles Williams
  • 1.E Books edited by Charles Williams

PART II:

  • 1. Books dedicated to Charles Williams
  • 2. Books about Charles Williams, including dissertations & journals
  • 3. Books not directly concerned with Charles Williams
  • 4. Oversized books, shelved separately (horizontally)

 

PART I

1.A-i Books by Charles Williams
BB
Poetry

Ref in Glenn
Poems of Conformity
. London: Oxford University Press, 1917. Hb with a bookplate labelled >The Book of Thel=. At the bottom of the opening page there is
written (as a quotation from p. 75), >But ah! We too His Mount, his Calvary=. There are a few handwritten notes on the Table of
Contents.
I.A.i.2
copy 2:
A second copy same publisher, same date. Hb, no bookplate or inscription.
copy 3:
A third copy same publisher, same date. Hb, no bookplate or inscription.
Divorce
. London: Oxford University Press, 1920. Hb, with a bookplate labelled >The Book of Thel=.
I.A.i.3
copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no bookplate or inscription.
copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no bookplate or inscription.
Windows of Night
. London: Oxford University Press, [1924]. Hb, with deckled paper edges. Inscribed, >G.W.R. from C.W. S.W. Christmas Day, 1924′.
I.A.i.4
copy 2:
same publisher, [1924]. Hb, with bookplate of Bertram E. Shuttleworth and inscribed on facing page, ‘Bertram June 2nd ’28’.
copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, in plastic dj. A gift of Anne Scott to the CW Archive. Inscribed, >Irene from CW 23 June 1941′, and
beneath the date is: >Inclusive member and the circle is squared=.
copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no bookplate or inscription.
Heroes and Kings
.SEE Oversized books.
I.A.i.5
Taliessin through Logres
. London: Oxford University Press, 1938. Hb, with dj in plastic. Inscribed on the title page, >Brenda Tee St. Anne=s Oxford Hilary
1945′ and some pencilled notes.
I.A.i.6
copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed on title page, >M. B. Gould=.
copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed on fly-leaf, >Peter Scott, 18.x.40′.
copy 4:same publisher, same date. Hb. No bookplate or inscription.
copy 5:
same publisher, 1972 reprint. Hb, with dj in plastic. Gift to the CW Society from Alice Mary Hadfield.
copy 6:
same publisher, 1972 reprint. Hb, with dj in plastic, Alice Mary Hadfield=s copy heavily annotated, and with notes in red ink copied
from C.S. Lewis=s copy of this work that he received from CW in 1938.
copy 7:
same publisher, 1972 reprint. Hb, with dj in plastic, no bookplate or inscription.
The Region of the Summer Stars
. London: Editions Poetry London, Nicholson and Watson, 1944, Hb, with dj in plastic. Inscribed, >A.M. from C.W. , Oct. 1944 in a
salute to our integral honour on the road from Camelot to Carbonek=. and in pencil ‘Alice Mary Hadfield’.
I.A.i.7
copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, with dj in plastic. Inscribed, >B. Tee 29, Norham Road Oxford 1-8-1945′.
copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb. No bookplate or inscription.
copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb. No bookplate or inscription.

Collections of Poetry

The Arthurian Poems of Charles Williams: Taliessin through Logres and The Region of the Summer Stars
. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1982. Pb. Inscribed, >Boughton=.

Arthurian Poets: Charles William:
ed. David Llewellyn Dodds. [Arthurian Studies xxiv]. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1991. Hb, Inscribed, ‘For Brenda, with thanks for a
delightful stay. Caroline & Johannes 12-4-96’.

Arthurian Poets: Charles Williams
:ed. David Llewellyn Dodds.[Arthurian Studies xxiv] Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 1991. Pb.

The Taliessin Poems of Charles Williams
,
by Various Hands. [Oxford]: The Charles Williams Society, 1991. Pb..

19 copies
,
one inscribed, ‘Brenda’

Taliessin Through Logres &The Region of the Summer Stars,

by Charles Williams, and Arthurian Torso, by Charles Williams and C. S. Lewis. Introduction by Mary
McDermott Shideler. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1974. Pb.

Charles Williams, 1886
B
1945: A selection of his poems made by Anne Ridler to mark the centenary of his birth
. [n.p.]: The Charles Williams Society, 1986. Pb pamphlet

2 copies

no ref

Modern Verse for Little Children
. Chosen by Michal Williams, Oxford: Oxford University Press: (Chameleon Books, 1) 1949 reprint of 1939 original. Hb with paper dj
(in poor condition) in plastic. Includes: >From a Walking Song= and >Kings Came Riding= by
Charles Williams.

1.A-ii Books by Charles Williams
BB
Novels

War in Heaven
. London: Faber and Faber, 1947. Hb, inscribed: ‘Boughton’.

I.A.ii.1

copy 2:
same publisher, reprint 1962. Pb, inscribed B. Horne.

Many Dimensions
. London: Victor Gollancz, 1931. Hb. inscribed: in CW’s hand, >From Charles Williams, 23 Jan.1931′. Bequest of Brenda Boughton,
binding in poor condition.

I.A.ii.2

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, gift of Alice Mary Hadfield to the CW Society.

copy 3:
London. Faber and Faber: 1947. Hb, with paper dj in poor condition, in plastic.

copy 4:
New York. Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1949, first US edition. Hb, inscribed, >Lebbutt=.

Other Worlds
[Russian translation of Many Dimensions], trans.Natalia V. Gregoryeva and Vladimir I. Grushetsky. Moscow:
Sphera, 1996. Hb, plastic laminated. Given to the Society by Dr. Natalya Trauberg at the Society’s conference in June 2000 at the
Royal Foundation of St. Katherine (information provided on card in book).

The Place of the Lion
. London: Mundanus (Victor Gollancz), 1931. Pb, fragile and scarce.

I.A.ii.3

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Pb, fragile and scarce, with plastic dj. Inscribed “E. S. Huelin’

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, inscribed by CW, =Fred Page from Charles Williams 14 Sept., 1931′. Gift from R.D. Binfield.

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no inscription.

copy 5:
London: Victor Gollancz, reprint 1947. Hb with dj in plastic, gift of Alice Mary Hadfield to the CW Society.

copy 6:
London: Faber & Faber, 1952. Hb, inscribed “Boughton”.

The Greater Trumps
. London: Victor Gollancz, 1932. Hb, inscribed by CW, >Fred Page from Charles Williams 13 April 1932′. Gift of R.D. Binfield to
the CW Society.

I.A.ii.4

copy 2:
London: Faber and Faber, 1954. Hb, dj in plastic; inscribed, >Agnes Sibley=; with a thank-you slip from Suzanne Bray.

copy 3:
London: Victor Gollancz, 1932. Hb, no inscription.

Starshie Arkany
[Russian translation of The Greater Trumps], trans. N. V. Gregoryeva and V. I.
Grushetsky. Moscow: Aarda, 1998. Hb, plastic laminated. Given to the Society by Dr. Natalya Trauberg at the Society’s conference in
June 2000 at the Royal Foundation of St. Katherine.

Shadows of Ecstasy
. London: Faber and Faber, n.d. Hb, inscribed, ‘Peter Scott 26.xi.41’.

I.A.ii.5

copy 2:
same publisher, 1948. Hb.

copy 3:
New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1950. Hb.

copy 4:
Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1980. Pb.

Descent into Hell
. London: Faber and Faber, 1937. Hb, inscribed by CW: >for Fred and Jo from CW Sept. 1937 …in all the exchange of
conversations=. Gift of R D Binfield to the CW Society.

I.A.ii.6

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, inscribed, >Margaret Douglas 1937′.

copy 3:
New York: Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1949, 2nd printing. Hb.

copy 4:
Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1985. Pb.

All Hallows’ Eve
.
London: Faber and Faber, 1945, first edition. Hb, inscribed by CW: >Anne in memory of our alliterations[?] of the MS CW 14 Feb,
45 ABishop Palatine on Ash Wednesday@=. Gift of Anne Scott to the CW Society.

I.A.ii.7

copy 2:
same publisher, same date (1945), 2nd impression. Hb, with loose sheet of handwritten notes about another work.

copy 3:
same publisher, 1947, 4th impression. Hb, gift of Alice Mary Hadfield to CW Society.

copy 4:
with an introduction by T.S. Eliot. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdman’s Publishing company, 1981, reprint 1985. Pb.

Collected Novels

A Charles Williams Reader
: Descent into Hell, Many Dimensions, & War in Heaven
. [no editor given] Grand Rapids, Michigan / Cambridge UK: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2000. Hb, with dj in plastic.

no ref

1.A-iii Books by Charles Williams
BB
Plays

The Masques of Amen House.

Together with Amen House Poems and with selections from the music for the masques by Hubert J. Foss. Altadena, Calif.: The
Mythopoeic Press, 2000. Pb.

3 copies
.

No ref.

 

A Myth of Shakespeare
. London: Oxford University Press, 1928. Hb with homemade dj.

Inscription: >Basil Mathews from Humphrey Milford=; later pencilled note: >Brenda Tee, St Anne’s, Oxford, Long. Vac. 1944′.
Inside is an envelope labelled >Myth of Shakespeare, lent to Geoffrey, 5 June 2001′, and containing a postcard of the Chapel of the
Nine Alters at Fountains Abbey with a message addressed to Miss E. J. Boyde-Smith, The Brown House, Heron’s Ghyll, Uckfield, Sussex,
and postmarked Winchester, 24 Feb 1945.

I.A.iii.2

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic, inscribed, >Richard Wallis’ and (on slip of paper) ‘Bequest of Richard and Joan
Wallis=.

copy 3:
same publisher, 2nd impression 1929. Hb, inscribed by CW[?], >for Anne from C.W.16-7 October, 1941, my future=s epigraph’. Gift of
Anne Scott.

copy 4:
same publisher, reissued in The Oxford Bookshelf, 1936. Hb.

Three Plays
. London: Oxford University Press, 1931. Hb, inscribed by CW[?], >Olive Willis by whom it came to be 12 May, 1931′. Gift of Anne
Ridler, 1975.

I.A.iii.4

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, in plastic dj, no inscription.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date, Hb, no inscription.

Thomas Cranmer of Canterbury
. London: Oxford University Press, 1936. Hb with dj. Inscribed in pencil, ‘Alice Mary Hadfield (CWS)’; also inscribed by CW[?], ‘from
Charles Williams, June, 1936’.

I.A.iii.5

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed by CW[?], ‘for Joan from Charles Williams August 1937. ‘These sins to thy
love the cause of motion in love=”. Also written in her hand, ‘Alice M. Hadfield’.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, inscribed, >Boughton=.

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb, inscribed, ‘Peter Scott 22.vii.40’.

Cranmer of Canterbury
: Acting Edition for the Festival of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral
. Canterbury: H.J. Goulden, 1936. Pb pamphlet, grey paper cover with CW’s signature; a loose sheet inside states that annotations in
the volume are not those of CW and also gives other information. Inscribed: “The signature on cover is Williams’ own. A.R.”

I.A.iii.

copy 2:

same publisher, same date. Pb pamphlet, pale beige cover, no inscription.

Judgement at Chelmsford
.
London: Oxford University Press, 1939. Pb, inscribed, ‘Thos. Livingstone Jr.’

I.A.iii.6

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Pb, gift of R. D. Binfield.

copy 3:

same publisher, same date. Pb, inscribed ‘Brenda Boughton’.

The House of the Octopus
. London: Edinburgh House Press, 1945. Hb, dj in plastic. gift of Alice Mary Hadfield with her signature.

I.A.iii.7

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed, ‘Boughton’.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, weak binding.

Seed of Adam and Other Plays
. London: Oxford University Press, 1948. Hb. Inscribed, >Anne Spalding=, gift of Anne Spalding to the CW Society.

I.A.iii.8

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, dj in plastic, inscribed, >Boughton=.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, dj in plastic, bequest of Richard and Joan Wallis. Inscription on fly leaf: ‘Joan with love from
Margaret, 1948. “The Peace be with you, and Love which is all substance in all things made” (Grab & Grace)’.

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb no dj. Inscribed, ‘Nora Swithenbank (?), London 1948’ and ‘Boughton’.

Collected Plays.
Introduction by John Heath-Stubbs. London: Oxford University Press, 1963. Hb, dj in plastic. Inscribed: ‘Margaret Douglas 1963’ and
separately ‘Alice M. Hadfield’.

I.A.iii.9

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, dj in plastic. Inscribed, >Anne Scott=.

Religious Drama 3
,
ed. Martin Halverson. New York: Living Age Books/Meridian Books, 1959. Pb,

A collection of eight plays, including “The House by the Stable: A Christmas Play, by Charles Williams, and “Grab and Grace, Or, It’s the Second Step by Charles Williams.

No ref.

1.A-iv Books by Charles Williams
BB
Criticism

Poetry at Present. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1930. Hb, blue cloth binding with gold stamped design on
front cover, a bookplate labelled >Book of Thel=, and inscribed, >Thelma Wills from Charles Williams 26 Feb/30′ [followed in a
different hand and ink by] >Anne Scott from Thelma Shuttleworth Xmas 1980′.

The verso of the page after the title page is entirely taken up with a handwritten poem titled >Of LOVE= and >for T.M. 1929′ both
in CW=s hand.

I.A.iv.1

copy 2: same publisher, same date but 2nd impression. Hb, blue cloth binding and gold stamped design on front cover,
no bookplate or inscription.

copy 3:
same publisher, 1931 impression of first edition. Hb; blue cloth binding with gold stamped design on front cover. Inscribed, ‘sold to
Brian Horne, AGM 1981, CW Society’..

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb, grey cloth binding gift of R. D. Binfield.

copy 5:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no inscription.

The English Poetic Mind
. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1932. Hb, gift of R.D. Binfield, inscribed, >from Charles Williams, MAY. 1932′.

I.A.iv.2

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, inscribed: “Brenda Tee, 80 Francis,Oxford”.

Reason and Beauty in the Poetic Mind
. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933. Hb. Inscribed, >Boughton=; homemade dj.

I.A.iv.3

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, gift of R. D. Binfield, inscribed: ‘R.D.B. from C.W. Novr. 33’.

The Figure of Beatrice
. London: Faber and Faber, 1943, 2nd impression. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed, >Dear Brenda, I couldn’t read this.
Perhaps you can. Love, Eileen, Edinburgh 17/9/45′.

I.A.iv.4

copy 2:
same publisher, same date and second impression. Hb, gift of Anne Ridler, inscribed, ‘R. M. Syfret[?] Christmas 1943’ and also ‘for the
CW Society Lib. 1975 AR’.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date and second impression. Hb, inscribed, ‘Peter Scott 12.vii.43’.

Arthurian Torso. Containing the Posthumous

Fragment of
The Figure of Arthur by Charles Williams and a Commentary on the Arthurian Poems of Charles Williams by C. S. Lewis.

London: Oxford University Press, 1948. Hb, binding waterstained. Inscribed, ‘Brenda Tee’.

I.A.iv.5

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, binding damaged with spine missing. No inscription.

copy 3:
same publisher, 1969 reprint. Hb with dj in plastic. Gift of Agnes Sibley to CW Society, inscribed, >Agnes Sibley=.

The Image of the City and Other Essays,
ed. Anne Ridler. London: Oxford University Press, 1958. Hb with dj in plastic.

I.A.iv.6

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic, inscribed, ‘Bougton’.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no dj, inscribed, >Anne Scott=.

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb, no dj, inscribed, >from Betty Christmas, 1958′.

Selected Writings,
ed. Anne Ridler. London: Oxford University Press, 1961. Pb.

I.A.iv.7

1.A-v Books by Charles Williams
BB
Theology

He Came Down from Heaven.
London: Heinemann, 1938, first edition [I Believe Series, No. 5]. Hb.

I.A.v.1

The Descent of the Dove. A Short History of the Holy Spirit in the Church
. London:
Longmans, Green, 1939, first edition. Binding poor, inscribed: >Brenda Tee, Longman=s. 1948′.

I.A.v.2

copy 2:
same publisher, same date, first edition. Hb with dj in plastic. Bequest of Richard and Joan Wallis. Inscribed, ‘from C.W., Oct. 1939,
in love’.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Gift of Alice Mary Hadfield, inscribed, >Alice Mary Hadfield, South Cerney, Cirencester, Glos.=

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb, binding poor. Inscribed: >Peter Scott 15 x 40′.

copy 5:
Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans, reprint, 1968. Pb.

Witchcraft.
London: Faber and Faber, 1941. Hb. Gift of Alice Mary Hadfield, inscribed, ‘A.M. Hadfield 1945 Cirencester’.

I.A.v.3

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. No bookplate or inscription.

The Forgiveness of Sins.
London: Geoffrey Bles, The Centenary Press, 1942. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed, =for Joan and Richard, Augt.1942, CW=.

I.A.v.4

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Inscribed, =for Anne 6 August 1942 CW=, gift of Anne Scott.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed, >Boughton=.

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic. No inscription.

He Came Down from Heaven
and The Forgiveness of Sins
. London: Faber and Faber, 1950. Hb. Inscription of bookseller, Bertam Rota, 1974.

I.A.v.5

copy 2:
same publisher, 1956 2nd impression. Hb, binding damaged. Pasted label with name and address of Anne Scott.

Essential Writings in Spirituality and Theology
, ed. Charles Hefling. Cambridge, Mass./Boston: Cowley Publications,1993. Pb. Contains a loose review.

No ref.

Religion and Love in Dante: The Theology of Romantic Love
,
reprinted with Outlines of Romantic Theology by Mary Alice Hadfield.Grand Rapids,
Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1990. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed ‘Jane from Able, Xmas 1990.’

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inside are loose notes for a review in Theological Book Review, plus invoice from publisher and
a publicity note from publisher.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic..

copy 4:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic.

1.A-vi Books by Charles Williams
BB
Biographies

Bacon.
London: Arthur Barker, 1933. Hb.

I.A.vi.1

James I
. London, Arthur Barker, 1934 (first edition). Hb.

I.A.vi.2

copy 2:
same publisher, 1951. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed: ‘To Richard Wallis s.x.89’. Bequest of Richard and Joan Wallis.

copy 3:
London: Arthur Barker, 1951. Hb, inscribed, >For R. Binfield from Michal Williams 24.ix.51′. Gift to Society from R. D. Binfield.

Rochester.
London: Arthur Barker, 1935.Hb with dj. With bookplate, ‘Ex Libris Leonard Tomlins’

I.A.vi.3

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, binding weak.

Queen Elizabeth.
Readers Union Limited by arrangement with Duckworth, 1936. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed: >R.D.B. from C.W. 7 Octr 36′. Gift of
R.D. Binfield

I.A.vi.4

copy 2:
same publisher reissued as Queen Elizabeth I. reprint 1953. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed, >for Brenda Boughton=. Given
to Anne Scott at AGM 11-5-85.

Great Lives: Keats, Marlborough, Queen Elizabeth, Wren.

London: Readers Union Limited by arrangement with Duckworth, 1941. Hb. The section “Queen Elizabeth” is by Charles Williams.

Henry VII
. London: Arthur Barker, 1937. Hb.

I.A.vi.5

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic.

Stories of Great Names, with notes by R. D. Binfield
. London: Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, Indian Branch, 1937, reprint 1944. Hb. Gift of R. D. Binfield.

I.A.vi.6

Flecker of Dean Close.
London: Canterbury Press, 1946. Hb with dj in plastic.

I.A.vi.7

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with dj in plastic.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb; No dj. Inscribed: >Anne Spalding=.

1.B Poems, Articles and Letters by Charles Williams

>Divites Dimisit.= Theology, vol. 39 Hb, no. 234 (Dec. 1939), 421-24, a poem by CW. Inscribed on cover,
‘Anne Spalding’.

I.B.17

>On the Sanctissimum: with an Epilogue.= Theology, vol. 43 Hb, no. 255 (Sept. 1941), 441-44, six sonnets
with an epilogue. Inscribed on cover: ‘Anne Spalding’.

I.B.22

A Book of Longer Modern Verse
.
Selected by Edward A. Parker. >Prefatory Note.= by Charles Williams. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1926. Hb, grey cloth cover, with water
damage. Inscribed, ‘A. S. Farquhat’.

I.C.4

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, grey cloth cover. Inscribed, >Dorah Markham, Sept. 25, 1942.=

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb, dark blue binding, gold stamped title, decorative edging on front cover, and printed on better paper. No
bookplate or inscription.

Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins
. Ed Robert Bridge London: Oxford University Press (The Oxford Bookshelf edition), 1930. Second edition, with Appendix of Additional
Poems and Critical Introduction by Charles Williams. Hb. Bookplate: Ex libris Stephen Vincent Benét [American poet];
owner’s signature: M. B. Boughton. Inside, a loose sales slip dated 31/10/1979 from Bertram Rota ltd. Booksellers.

I.C.9

 

 

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed, ‘Judith Todd, March 1931’.

copy 3:
same publisher, 1944. Hb with dj in plastic. Inscribed, ‘M. B. Boughton’.

Shakespeare Criticism 1919-35

selected with an introduction by Anne Bradby. London: Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, [n.d., first publ. 1936]. (The World
Classics, 186). Hb. The essays on >Henry V=, >Troilus= and >Hamlet= are by
Charles Williams.

I.C. 17, I.C. 18

The English Poems of John Milton.
London: Oxford University Press, 1940, reprint. (The World Classics, 182). Hb. >Introduction= by Charles Williams. Inscribed in CW=s
hand: >he writes like an angel and thinks like a sage. C.S.L C.W. June-July, 1941.’ Gift of Anne Scott.

I.C.34

>Religion and Love in Dante: The Theology of Romantic Love. Dacre Papers, No. 6, Westminster: Dacre Press, 1941, Pb, pamphlet, 40 pages.

I.C.47

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Pb, inscribed, >for Irene [?] from Charles, July 1941.=

The Duchess of Malfi
,
John Webster. London: Sylvan Press 1945. Hb. ‘On the Poetry of the Duchess of Malfi’ by Charles Williams, pp. xv-xxii, with several
annotations. Inscribed: ‘Kenneth Knowles, Nov. 1952.’

I.C.63

The Present Age and Two Minor Ethico-Religious Treatises
,
Sören Kierkegaard, translated by Alexander Dru and Walter Lowrie. Introduction by Charles Williams.London: Oxford University
Press, 1940. Hb.

The Detective Fiction Reviews of Charles Williams, 1930-1935
. Ed.Jared Lobdell. Jefferson, North Carolina/London: McFarland & Company, 2003. Pb. Inscribed, ‘Boughton’.

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Pb.

Letters to Lalage. The Letters of Charles Williams to Lois Lang-Sims
.
With a commentary by Lois Lang-Sims and an introduction by Glen Cavaliero. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 1989. Pb.

To Michal from Serge. Letters from Charles Williams to His Wife, Florence, 1939-1945
. Ed. Roma A. King, Jr., Kent/London: The Kent State University Press, 2002. Hb with dj in plastic.

1.E Books Edited by Charles Williams

Poems of Home and Overseas.
Charles Williams and V. H. Collins, compilers. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1921. With bookplate of Louis B. Frewer. Note written above
bookplate states: >signatures of Alfred Noyes and Laurence Housman in text= [see pp. 18, 144].

I.E.1

A Book of Victorian Narrative Verse
. Chosen and introduced by Charles Williams. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1927. Hb, dark blue cloth cover with gold stamp design; pages
uncut.

I.E.2

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb with similar cover. Bookplate: Ex libris Chas H. Dixon.

copy 3: s
econd copy, same publisher, 1931 impression. Hb with grey/brown cloth binding.

copy 4:
same publisher, 1930 impression. Hb, grey/brown cloth binding. Some pencilled underlining and notations throughout. Inscribed. Nadja
Betts, Somerville House, Cumberland Gardens, St. Leonard-on-sea, Sussex, 27-01-31′.

The Oxford Book of Regency Verse
.
Ed. Humphrey S. Milford in collaboration with Charles Williams. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1928. Hb, Pencilled on the front endpaper is:
>Charles Williams was responsible for the first draft of a Preface.=

I.E.3

A Short Life of Shakespeare with Sources
. Abridged by Charles Williams from Sir Edmund Chambers=s William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems. London: Oxford
University Press, 1933. Hb. Inscribed, >Charles Williams 28 Jan. 1933.= Gift of R. D. Binfield.

I.E.4

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Bequest of Richard and Joan Wallis (on loose slip).

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb with water-damaged cover. Annotation of book-dealer Bertram Rota, 1974.

The New Book of English Verse
. Ed. Charles Williams. London: V. Gollancz, 1935. Hb, binding in poor condition. Inscribed: >R.D.B. C.W. 8 Nov/=35′. Gift of R. D.
Binfield,.

I.E,6

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed: ‘Gwen Hassant Butler, Christmas 1935’.

The Story of the Aeneid
. Retold by Charles Williams. London: Oxford University Press, 1936. Soft cloth binding. Gift of R.D. Binfield.

I.E.7

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Soft cloth binding. Inscribed, ‘Boughton’.



The Passion of Christ: Being the Gospel and Narrative of the Passion with Short Passages Taken from the Saints and Doctors of
the Church


. London: Oxford University Press, 1939. Hb. Inscribed by CW (?) ‘Isabel, Feb. 1939’.

I.E.8

The New Christian Year
. Chosen by Charles Williams. London: Oxford University Press, 1941. Hb. Inscribed, >Margaret, always C.W.=

I.E.9

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed, >for Anne, from CW Lent, 1941.’ Gift of Anne Scott to the CW Society.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb. Inscribed, >for Joan and Richard in the walk through the darkness, March 1941.=

The Letters of Evelyn Underhill
. Ed. Charles Williams. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1943, 1st edition. Hb. Inscribed, ‘Violet Kelsey Smith, from D. K.,
Xmas 1943’.

I.E.10

copy 2:
same publisher, 1944 reprint. Hb. Inscribed, ‘Margaret Douglas’. Scattered pencilled notations.

Solway Ford and Other Poems
by Wilfrid Gibson. A selection made by Charles Williams. London: Faber and Faber, 1945. Hb, paper dj in plastic.

I.E.11

 

PART 2

1. Books dedicated to Charles Williams

author/editor

Title

Glenn ref.

no editor given



Essays presented to Charles Williams. Contributors: Dorothy Sayers, J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, A. O. Barfield, Gervase
Mathew, W. H. Lewis


. Oxford University Press: Geoffrey Cumberlege, 1947. Hb.

II.B.92

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb, cover is water-damaged. Inscribed, ‘Brenda Tee, Dec 1967.’

Lewis, C. S.

A Preface to Paradise Lost
, with printed dedication to C. W. (pp. v-vi). London: Oxford University Press, 1942. Hb. Signed, ‘R.W.R. Hunt, 13 October 1942.’
Inscription in CW=s hand: ‘From CW to one who was in, so to speak, at the earliest beginning, October, 42’. There are pencilled
notations by RWR throughout the volume and on the verso of the front end-paper.

Inside the front cover there is an inked note: ‘Raymond Hunt was appointed by CW as his literary executer, a post which he threw up
some 10-12 years after C.W.=s death. A.R.’

A small slip of loose paper in a different hand [AMH ?] reads: ‘Dec. 1986. Anne Ridler inscribed the details about the identity of Hunt
and described him as ‘the Villainous Hunt’ (who had been a close friend of Charles Williams) who had broken his trust to
Williams B he denied AR access to CW=s literary material and sold the bulk of it to an American library. AR felt William=s widow should
have benefitted.’

copy 2:

same publisher, same date. Hb. Bequest of Richard and Joan Wallis. Handwritten note states: ‘for Joan and Richard, 4 Jan/43, C.W’.

Wells, Nigel

Just Bounce
and Wilderness (bound together). Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1988. Pb, A loose note from the author
inside draws attention to ‘the homage to C. W. on page 17 of Just Bounce’. Copy donated by author.

2. Books (and dissertations) about Charles Williams

author/editor

Title

Glenn ref.

Ashenden, Gavin

Charles Williams: Alchemy and Integration
. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 2008. Hb.

Ashenden, Gavin

The Influence
of Hermeticism on Myth and Metaphysics in the Life and Work of Charles Williams (1886-1945)
.

SEE Oversized Books

Beach, Charles Franklyn

Pilgrimage Patterns in George MacDonald’s
Lilith and Charles Williams’ Descent into Hell
.

SEE Oversized Books

Bradbury, J. G.



Voyages Through Strange Seas of Thought: A Study of Mythic and Sacramental Vision in Charles Williams’s Taliessin Through
Logres and The Region of the Summer Stars


.

SEE Oversized Books

Bray, Suzanne, & Richard Sturch

Charles Williams and his Contemporaries
. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. Hb.

Cavaliero, Glen

Charles Williams: Poet of Theology
.
London: Macmillan, 1943. Hb, inscribed, ‘Boughton’.

No ref.

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Hb.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb.

copy 4:
same publisher, same date.. Hb.

Dunning, Stephen M.

The Crisis and the Quest: A Kierkegaardian Reading of Charles Williams
,
with foreword by Glen Cavaliero. Carlisle: Paternoster Press, 2000. Pb with a typewritten review by Brian Horne.

No ref.

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Pb, inscribed, ‘Brenda Boughton’.

Duriez, Colin and David Porter



The Inklings Handbook: The lives, thought and writings of C. C. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Owen Barfield and
their friends


. London: Azure, 200. Hb, dj in plastic.

Gigrich, John P.

An Immortality for its
own sake. A study of the concept of poetry in the writings of Charles Williams
.
Ph.D. Dissertation. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1954. Hb.

Glenn, Lois

Charles W. S. Williams. A Checklist
.
Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 1975. Hb, inscribed, ‘Brenda Boughton’.

copy 2
:same publisher, same date. Hb. Inside are some loose pages of notes.

copy 3:
same publisher, same date. Hb.

Göller, Karl Heinz

From Logres to Carbonek: The Arthuriad of Charles Williams
, Pb, lightly bound photocopy; neither publisher nor date given.

Hadfield, Alice Mary

An Introduction to Charles Williams
. London: Robert Hale Ltd., [1969]. Hb. Copy is signed by the author.

II.A.1

copy 2
:same publisher, same date. Inscribed, ‘Anne Scott’.

copy 3
:same publisher, same date.

Hadfield, Alice Mary

Charles Williams: An exploration of his life and work
. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983. Hb, inside is a clipping from an unnamed and undated newspaper with a review by Walter Tyson.

copy 2
:same publisher, same date. Hb.

Heath-Stubbs, John

Charles Williams
. British Writers and Their Work Series, No. 63. London: Longmans, Green, 1955. Pb pamphlet, published for the British Council and the
National Book League,.

II.B.68

copy 2:
same publisher, same date. Pb pamphlet.

Hillegas, Mark E. (ed.)

Shadows of Imagination. The Fantasies of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Charles Williams
. London: Feffer & Simons, 1970, 2nd printing. Hb, dj in plastic.

Horne, Brian, (ed.)

Charles Williams: A Celebration
.
Leominster: Gracewing, 1995 Pb.

4 copies

no ref.

Howard, Thomas T.

Charles Williams
=
s experiment in the novel
. Ph.D. Dissertation, New York University, 1970. Printed by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Lightly bound pb, very water
damaged.

Howard, Thomas

The Novels of Charles Williams
. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983. Hb..

Huttar, Charles A & Peter J. Schakel (eds.)

The Rhetoric of Vision. Essays on Charles Williams
, forward by John Heath-Stubbs. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press / London: Associated University Presses, 1996. Hb with dj.
Inscribed: ‘Charles Huttar, Under the Mercy’.

Joubert, Elisabeth

L
=
objet magique comme phantasme métaphysique dans trois romans de Charles Williams
.

SEE Oversized Books

King, Jr., Roma A.

The pattern in the web. The mythical poetry of Charles Williams
. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 1990. Hb, dj in plastic. Inscribed: ‘To the Charles Williams Society in appreciation and
affection to all its members who so graciously offered friendship and provided information and encouragement while I was writing this
book. Roma A. King, Jr’.

Knight, Gareth

The Magical World of the Inklings. J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, Owen Barfield
. Shaftesbury: Element Books, Longmead, 1990. Pb.

No ref.

König, Helga, & Schütz, Cordula, with Christina Hofmann-Randall

Katalog der Universitätbibliothek Eichstätt
. VII. Vereinsarchive und Vereinsbibliotheken. Erster Band: Die Bibliothek der Inklings-Gesellschaft
.

SEE Oversized Books

Luke, Helen M.

Through Defeat to Joy: The Novels of Charles Williams in the light of Jungian thought
.
Three Rivers, Michigan: Apple Farm, [n.d.]. Pb pamphlet.

Manlove, Colin

Christian Fantasy. From 1200 to the present
.
Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1992. Hb with dj in plastic.

Moser, Fernando De Mello

Charles Williams. Demanda, Visão Mito
. Lisboa, n.p. 1969. Hb. Gift from the author, signed and dated, 10/9/77.

no ref.

Poe, Harry Lee, & James Ray Veneman

The Inklings of
Oxford: C. S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Their Friends
. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 2008. Pb.

Ridler, Anne

Memoirs
. Oxford: The Perpetua Press, 2004. Hb, dj in plastic.

Scarf, Christopher Hans

The Ideal of Kingship in the Writings of Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien
.

SEE Oversized Books

Schneider, Angelika

A Mesh of Chords. Sprache und Stil in der Artusdichtung Charles Williams
.

Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangen des Doktogrades der Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität zu Köln

. Cologne, 1984. Pb.

Shideler, Mary McDermott

The Theology of Romantic Love: A Study of the Writings of Charles Williams
. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1962, first edition. Hb, slight water damage to covers. Inscribed, >To Margaret Douglas, with my
love & gratitude, Mary Shideler, 13 January 1962.’

II.A.2

copy 2:
Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans, 1966, reprint. Pb, Inscribed:’Agnes Sibley’.

Shideler, Mary McDermott

Charles Williams, A Critical Essay
. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Willliam B. Eerdmans, 1966. 48pp. Pb pamphlet.

Sibley, Agnes

Charles Williams
. Boston, MA: Twayne Publishers, 1982. Hb, brown paper cover on which is written, >gift of the late Agnes Sibley 1914-1979.’

Spencer, Kathleen

Charles Williams
. Mercer Island, Washington: Starmont House, 1986. [Starmont Reader’s Guide 25] Pb.

Spina, Giorgio

Charles Williams: Un itinerario tra fede e magia“, Bollettino dell’Istituto di Lingue Estere
(Università degli Studi di Genova, Facultà di Economia), vol. 16 (1995-6, printed 1997), 13-20. Hb. A copy of entire volume 16.

Sturch, Richard



Four Christian Fantasists: A Study of the Fantastic Writings of George MacDonald, Charles Williams, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R.
Tolkien


. [Cormarë Series, 3] Zurich/Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 2001. Pb.

Urang, Gunnar

Shadows of Heaven. Religions and Fantasy in the Writing
of C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams and J.R.R. Tolkien
. London: SCM Press LTD., 1971. Hb.

No ref.

√ Venachter, Joe

Man of Myth. A Quest in the Arthurian World of Charles Williams
. Kathollieke Universiteit Leuven, 1985, PhD dissertation printout. Pb.

√ Versinger, Georgette

Charles Williams, sa vie, son oeuvre
. No publisher or date are given, but the volume was edited and published after the author’s death, and March 2004 is mentioned in
preface. Pb, 699 pp.

3 copies (
inside one copy is a letter announcing her death on 12 May 2001 and funeral service to be held on 17 May 2001.)

[journal]

VII – An Anglo-American Literary Review
(Wheaton College, Illinois)

1 (1980); 2 (1981); 3 (1982) 2 copies; 4 (1983); 5 (1984); 6(1985); 7 (1986); 8 (1987) 2 copies; 9
(1988); 10 (1993); 11 (1994); 12 (1995) 2 copies; 13 (1996) 2 copies; 14 (1997); 15 (1998); 16
(1999); 17 (2000); 18 (2001); 19 (2002); 20 (2003); 21 (2004); 22 (2005); 23 (2006); 24 (2007); 27 (2010); 28 (2011) 2 copies [vols. 25, 26 missing]

[journal]

Inklings
B
Jahrbuch für Literatur
und Ästhetik
.

1 (1983); 2 (1984); 3 (1985); 4 (1986); 5 (1987); 6 (1988); 7 (1989); [8-10 missing]; 11 (1993); 12 (1994); 13 (1995); [14-21 missing];
22 (2004); 23 (2005); 24 (2006); 25 (2007); [26 missing]; 27 (2009); 28 (2010) ; 29 (2011); 30 (2012)

[journal]

New Fire
[Quarterly Journal of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist].

Vol. 3, no. 22 (Spring 1975). only one issue Has 3 articles pertinent to CW: The Editorial opening the volume (pp.
236-7) by Christopher Bryant SSJE; ‘The Fool in The Greater Trumps’ (pp. 248-252) by ‘A Sister of the Community of St. Clare’;
‘Applied Literature’ (pp. 253-256) by Sister Cyrilla CSMV [concerns Shadows of Ecstasy]

[journal]

Letterature
(Genoa: Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione B Università di Genova, Istituto di Lingue e Letterature Straniere)

vol. 8 (1985) 2 copies; vol. 9 (1986); vol. 13 (1990) 2 copies; vol. 14 (1991)2 copies ; vol. 15 (1992) 2 copies ; vol. 16 (1993) 2 copies; vol. 19 (1996) 2 copies; vol. 20 (1997).

[journal]

Problems in the History of Literature
[in Russian], vol. 17. General editor: A. A. Gugnin. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Slavonic
Studies, Moscow Free State Pedagogical Institute & State University of Polotsk, 2003. Inscribed on title page, ‘To the Charles
Williams Society with best wishes, Olga Markova’.

[journal]

Problems in the History of Literature
[in Russian], vol. 19. General editor: A. A. Gugnin. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Slavonic
Studies, Moscow Free State Pedagogical Institute & State University of Polotsk, 2006.

[journal]

Beginnings
[in Russian], vol. 6. General editor: Irina Popova. Mosco: Russian Academy of Sciences Editions, 2003. Inscribed on
title page, ‘To the Charles Williams Society with best wishes, Olga Markova, April, 2004’.

3. Books not directly related to Charles Williams

author/editor

Title

Glenn ref.

anon.

Brogyntyn Manuscript
No. 8
, translated and transcribed by Rosalynn Voaden, with an introduction by Felicity Riddy.

SEE Oversized Books

Barter, Dorin

Grace Abounding: Wrestling with Sin and Guilt
(The Wounded Pilgrim Series) London: Darton Longman & Todd, 1993. Pb in plastic dj.

no ref.

Batstone, Patricia

In debt to C. S. Lewis
.
Dunkeswell, Devon: A Cottage Books, 1999. Pb.

Calabria, Don Giovanni

Letters of C. S. Lewis. A study in friendship
. Translated and ed. by Martin Moynihan. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Servant Books, 1988. Hb. Copy signed by Martin Moynihan and dated Feb.
1989.

Cummings, Brian and Gabriel Josipovici (eds.)

The Spirit of England: Selected Essays of Stephen Medcalf
. Oxford: Legenda, Modern Humanities Research Associates and Maney Publishing, 2010. Hb.

Kenney, Catherine

The Remarkable
Case of Dorothy L. Sayers.
Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1990. Hb, dj in plastic. Given to Brian Horne by Molly Switek for the CW Society=s lending
library.

Kranz, Gisbert

Europas Christliche Literatur von 500-1500
. Munich, Paderborn, Vienna: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, 1968. Pb. Inscribed by author, ‘Brian Horne, Merry Christmas and Happy
New Year, Gisbert’.

Lewis, C. S.

An Experiment in Criticism
.
Cambridge: University Press, 1961. Hb.

Luke, Helen M.

Woman, Earth and Spirit: The Feminine in Symbol and Myth
. New York: Crossroad, 1990. Pb.

Milford, H.S. (ed.)

The Oxford Book of English Verse of the Romantic Period, 1798-1837
.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1935. Hb, inscribed, >M. K. Joseph, 1947.=

Reynolds, Barbara, (ed.)

The Letters of Dorothy Sayers. Vol. 2,1937-1943: From novelist to playwright
..
Cambridge: The Dorothy Sayers Society, 1997. Hb. vol. 1 is missing]

Reynolds, Barbara, (ed.)

The Letters of Dorothy Sayers. Vol. 3,1944-1950: A nobler daring.

Cambridge: The Dorothy Sayers Society, 1998. Hb.

Reynolds, Barbara, (ed.)

The Letters of Dorothy Sayers. Vol. 4,1951-1957: In the midst of life
.
Cambridge: The Dorothy Sayers Society, 2000. Hb.

Reynolds, Barbara

The Passionate Intellect
, Dorothy L. Sayers
=
Encounter with Dante
.
Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1989. Hb, dj in plastic.

Sayers, Dorothy L.

The Christ of the Creeds & Other Broadcast Messages to the British People during World War II
.
Introduction & Notes by Suzanne Bray. Preface by Ann Loades. Leominster, Herefordshire: The Dorothy L. Sayers Society, 2008. Pb,
inscribed on the title page, ‘Brian, with very best wishes, Suzanne Bray’.

Sayers, Dorothy L.

Introductory Papers on Dante
: The Poet Alive in His Writings.
(The Dante Papers Trilogy, vol. 1) With a new series foreword by Barbara Reynolds. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2006,
reprint with errata of 1954 original papers. Pb.

Sayers, Dorothy L.

Further Papers on Dante
: His Heirs and His Ancestors
. (The Dante Papers Trilogy, vol. 2) With a new series foreword by Barbara Reynolds. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2006,
reprint with errata of 1954 original papers. Pb.

Sayers, Dorothy L.

The Poetry of Search and the Poetry of Statement: On Dante and Other Writers
.
(The Dante Papers Trilogy, vol. 3) With a new series foreword by Barbara Reynolds. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2006,
reprint with errata of 1954 original papers. Pb.

Spina, Giorgio

Charles Kingsley: Tra Politica e Letteratura
.
(Monographie, 18) Genoa 1996. Pb.

Spina, Giorgio

George MacDonald e i Romantici Tedeschi
. Geneva: self-published 1972. Pb pamphlet.

Spina, Giorgio

George MacDonald: Un disegno bibliografico
. (Biblioteca di Letterature. Testi Universitari B Bibliografie, 8) Genoa, 1994. Pb.

Spina, Giorgio

James Hogg: La Voce del “Border” Scozzese
. (Biblioteca di Letterature. Monographie, 11) Genoa 1993. Pb.

Spina, Giorgio

John Ruskin: Arte e Società
(Biblioteca di Letterature. Monographie, 19) Genoa 1996. Pb.

2 copies

Sutcliffe, Peter

The Oxford University Press. An Informal History
.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1978, Hb with dj in plastic.

Waite, Arthur Edward


The Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross, being records of the house of the holy spirit in its inward and outward history

.
London: William Rider & Son, 1924. Hb. A loose slip inside states that this was CW’s copy.

Williams, Michal

Christian Symbolism
.
London: Talbot & Co., n.d. Hb. Gift of R.D. Binfield to the Society.

Wordsworth, William

The Prelude or Growth of a Poet’s Mind
. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1933 [The Temple Classics, ed. Israel Gollencz] Hb. (1933 rpr of 1896 original; engraved portrait of
Wordsworth on frontis-page; woodcut tile page; tissue separating frontis-page and title page. Hb. There are pencilled notations in
C.W.’s hand throughout the volume and a small letter on blue paper, dated Augt. 1935:

‘My dear Joan,

All good things! and I hope when you are fifty-one the markings and notes here will seem elementary. But for the moment they may serve,
till your light for some other mind [?] another candle. Be strong, live happy, and love. Adore whenever you can; be purged by laughter;
be illuminated by vigil; be at war without malise; be at peace without dullness. And say: “This also is, nor is this, Thou?”.

Always, C.W.’

4. OVERSIZED BOOKS, shelved separately

author/editor

Title

Glenn ref.

Charles Williams Heroes and Kings
. London: The Sylvan Press, 1930. Hb. Inscribed by Charles Williams and Norman Janes. It is 23 of 250 numbered copies, boxed with a cloth
embossed binding, with wood engravings by Norman Janes.
I.A.i.5
copy 2:
same publisher, same date, same binding and engravings, number 222 of 250, but without box. Gift from Martin Moynihan to the CW Society.
copy 3:
same publisher, undated, a limited edition but without a number and on different paper, rebound in standard library binding with a leather
spine. Inscribed: Thelma Shuttleworth. Scattered annotations.

anon.

Brogyntyn Manuscript
No. 8
, translated and transcribed by Rosalynn Voaden, introduction by Felicity Riddy. Moreton-in-Marsh: The Porkington Press Limited, 1991.
Hb, with leather cover. A limited edition (no. 40 out of 500), with facsimile of the manuscript now in the National Library of Wales,
Aberystwyth.

Ashenden, Gavin

The Influence
of Hermeticism on Myth and Metaphysics in the Life and Work of Charles Williams (1886-1945)
. Doctoral thesis, University of Sussex, 1999. Hb.

Beach, Charles Franklyn

Pilgrimage Patterns in George MacDonald’s
Lilith and Charles Williams’ Descent into Hell.

Ph.D. dissertation, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, 1995. Hb, with letter from author.

Bradbury, J. G.



Voyages Through Strange Seas of Thought: A Study of Mythic and Sacramental Vision in Charles Williams’s Taliessin Through
Logres and The Region of the Summer Stars


. Bangor University, PhD Thesis, 2009. Hb.

Joubert, Elisabeth

L
=
objet magique comme phantasme métaphysique dans trois romans de Charles Williams
.
Diplôme d=Études, Approfondies. Université Catholique de l=Ouest et Université de Limoges, Lettres et language,
1993-1994. Hb.

König, Helga, & Schütz, Cordula, with Christina Hofmann-Randall

Katalog der Universitätbibliothek Eichstätt
. VII. Vereinsarchive und Vereinsbibliotheken. Erster Band: Die Bibliothek der Inklings-Gesellschaft.
Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2001. Hb. The catalog for Charles Williams is on pp. 401-445.

Scarf, Christopher Hans

The Ideal of Kingship in the Writings of Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien
. Doctoral dissertation, University of Sussex, 2007. Hb.