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A Severe Mercy, with 18 Letters by C.S. Lewis - Sheldon Vanauken
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Mission, KS.: Nite Owl Publishing, 2007. Book. Fine. Soft cover. Signed by Author(s). First Edition. 8 1/2 h x 5 1/2w. An original scan of book, not a stock photo. An interesting 391 page new age sci-fi fantasy fiction novel in soft cover. An uncorrected, gallery proof, pre-publication edition. Review copy. Signed and inscribed by the author in ink on front end page, " Thank you, for the book review, Sharon Shofstall" A journey for two young people, a stubborn girl, Jane White with the blessed ability to experience the thoughts of people around her and Tim who is haunted by his ability to foresee the future. Both encounter the Mythical Energi while playing with a crystal pyramid. Fine condition, solid, no creases, no markings other than the authors.., Nite Owl Publishing, 2007, New York: Ballantine Books. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 2002. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0345448200 . Short slit on back of d j ; Protected in a removable archival cover. ; ; 256 pages; Next to the incomparable Mrs. Pollifax, Dorothy Gilman's best-loved character is the mysterious Madame Karitska, who is blessed with a powerful gift of clairvoyance that attracts to her a stream of men and women craving help with their misfortunes, desperate to know what the future holds. . . . When a brilliant young violinist dies in a horrific accident, Madame Karitska has only to hold the victim's instrument in her hands to perceive the shocking truth. But when an insecure wife asks whether her husband will abandon her to join a sinister cult, Madame Karitska - as wise as she is lovely - chooses not to reveal all that she foresees. And when an attache case is suddenly dropped into her lap by a man fleeing a crowded subway, she knows it's time to consult her good friend Detective-Lieutenant Pruden. A nine-year-old accused of murder, a man dying a slow death by witchcraft - for the hunted and the haunted, Madame Karitska's shabby downtown apartment becomes a haven, where brilliant patterns of violence, greed, passion, and strange obsessions mix and disintegrate with stunning, kaleidoscopic beauty. ., Ballantine Books, 2002, San Francisco, CA HarperCollins: HarperSanFrancisco, 1987. Paperback First Edition Thus, later printing. Near Fine in Wraps: shows only the most minute indications of use: just a hint of rubbing to the wrapper covers; the pages have tanned somewhat, due to aging. Binding square and secure; text clean. Very close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 240pp. Dark red field with white letters enclosed in a dark lavender frame with a photograph of Sheldon and Davy in the center of the front panel. First Edition Thus, later printing. Trade Paperback. Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963) was a novelist, academic, medievalist, lay theologian, and Christian apologist who held academic positions at both Oxford University and Cambridge University. He wrote many other books, such as Mere Christianity, Miracles, Problem of Pain, The Screwtape Letters, The World's Last Night, The Great Divorce, God in the Dock, Christian Reflections. Sheldon Vanauken (1914-1996) was an American author; this 1977 book tells of he and his wife Davy's conversion, and his friendship with C.S. Lewis, of whom 18 letters were published for the first time in this book. Vanauken also wrote a sequel, Under the Mercy. He explained in the "Author's Note," "All the events in this story happened, the people are real people, the conversations are reconstructed---or quoted---from diaries and are very close to what was actually said. It is a true story." He wrote in the Prologue, "what was really filling his mind was Davy... now sixmonth dead... As he had written to his friend, C.S. Lewis in England, the manuscript of their love had gone safe to the Printer. He wished for a moment that Lewis were here with him, just for an hour... Lewis understood so well, somehow, the nature of loss... Lewis had been his mainstay in this half-year of sounding the depths of grief. He it was who had said that Davy's death was a severe mercy. A severe mercy---the phrase haunted him: a mercy that was as severe as death, a death that was as merciful as love." Lewis writes, "Note that life after death, which still seems to you the essential thing, was itself a LATE revelation. God trained the Hebrews for centuries to believe in Him without promising them an after-life, and, blessings on Him, he trained me in the same way for about a year. It is like the disguised prince in the fairy tale who wins the heroine's love BEFORE she knows he is anything more than a woodcutter. What wd. be a bribe if it came first had better come last." Vanauken recalls, "When Lewis and I talked of the loss and grief that I was experiencing, he, improbably, was only a few years away from a similar experience of grief [see A Grief Observed]. When he was undergoing it, he must have remembered all we had said about the nature of grief... When he died, I remembered his great shout across the Oxford High Street: 'Christians NEVER say goodbye!' In eternity there will be 'time enough.'" This book is somewhat uneven (Lewis's relatively brief contributions are clearly the highlight), but it contains some interesting words by Lewis that are not written down elsewhere, and so will be of great interest to his many fans., HarperCollins: HarperSanFrancisco, 1987.

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San Francisco, CA HarperCollins: HarperSanFrancisco, 1987. Paperback First Edition Thus, later printing. Near Fine in Wraps: shows only the most minute indications of use: just a hint of rubbing to the wrapper covers; the pages have tanned somewhat, due to aging. Binding square and secure; text clean. Very close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 240pp. Dark red field with white letters enclosed in a dark lavender frame with a photograph of Sheldon and Davy in the center of the front panel. First Edition Thus, later printing. Trade Paperback. Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963) was a novelist, academic, medievalist, lay theologian, and Christian apologist who held academic positions at both Oxford University and Cambridge University. He wrote many other books, such as Mere Christianity, Miracles, Problem of Pain, The Screwtape Letters, The World's Last Night, The Great Divorce, God in the Dock, Christian Reflections. Sheldon Vanauken (1914-1996) was an American author; this 1977 book tells of he and his wife Davy's conversion, and his friendship with C.S. Lewis, of whom 18 letters were published for the first time in this book. Vanauken also wrote a sequel, Under the Mercy. He explained in the "Author's Note," "All the events in this story happened, the people are real people, the conversations are reconstructed---or quoted---from diaries and are very close to what was actually said. It is a true story." He wrote in the Prologue, "what was really filling his mind was Davy... now sixmonth dead... As he had written to his friend, C.S. Lewis in England, the manuscript of their love had gone safe to the Printer. He wished for a moment that Lewis were here with him, just for an hour... Lewis understood so well, somehow, the nature of loss... Lewis had been his mainstay in this half-year of sounding the depths of grief. He it was who had said that Davy's death was a severe mercy. A severe mercy---the phrase haunted him: a mercy that was as severe as death, a death that was as merciful as love." Lewis writes, "Note that life after death, which still seems to you the essential thing, was itself a LATE revelation. God trained the Hebrews for centuries to believe in Him without promising them an after-life, and, blessings on Him, he trained me in the same way for about a year. It is like the disguised prince in the fairy tale who wins the heroine's love BEFORE she knows he is anything more than a woodcutter. What wd. be a bribe if it came first had better come last." Vanauken recalls, "When Lewis and I talked of the loss and grief that I was experiencing, he, improbably, was only a few years away from a similar experience of grief [see A Grief Observed]. When he was undergoing it, he must have remembered all we had said about the nature of grief... When he died, I remembered his great shout across the Oxford High Street: 'Christians NEVER say goodbye!' In eternity there will be 'time enough.'" This book is somewhat uneven (Lewis's relatively brief contributions are clearly the highlight), but it contains some interesting words by Lewis that are not written down elsewhere, and so will be of great interest to his many fans., HarperCollins: HarperSanFrancisco, 1987.

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This acclaimed story traces the idyllic marriage of Sheldon and Jean Vanauken, their search for faith, their friendship with C.S. Lewis and the tragedy of untimely death and love lost. It includes 18 letters by C.S. Lewis. A winner of the National Religious Book Award and the Gold Medallion Award. Severe Mercy, A: This acclaimed story traces the idyllic marriage of Sheldon and Jean Vanauken, their search for faith, their friendship with C.S. Lewis and the tragedy of untimely death and love lost. It includes 18 letters by C.S. Lewis. A winner of the National Religious Book Award and the Gold Medallion Award., Harperone

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A Severe Mercy biographies,christian books and bibles,christian living,education and reference,evangelism,inspirational,leaders and notable people,parenting and relationships,religion and spirituality,religious Parenting & Relationships, HarperOne

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This acclaimed story traces the idyllic marriage of Sheldon and Jean Vanauken, their search for faith, their friendship with C.S. Lewis and the tragedy of untimely death and love lost. It includes 18 letters by C.S. Lewis. A winner of the National Religious Book Award and the Gold Medallion Award.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780060688240
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060688246
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Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1987
Herausgeber: HARPER SAN FRANCISCO
240 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,195 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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