The concept of evil (made manifest in Screwtape’s letters) creates an atmosphere of awareness in the reader to the evils lurking throughout daily life, and generates a drive to combat those evils.
By Danika Cooper Word Count: 1520 Rating: PG for thematic elements dealing with the major character deaths Summary: After the events of The Last Battle, Susan Pevensie is left alone and forced to deal with the world she stopped believing “Grief is like a long valley, a winding valley, where any bend may reveal […]
We’ve already spent several long months indoors,
Waiting for the weather to warm up.
Now that it has, we eventually decide,
That rain or no rain—who cares?—
The oak trees are hailing
The light in their bosoms
Dancing on leaf and on bough
“Long live the Light!” they cry, never su
The land has a lady’s soul
And honor she is due
Corporal Mercy given back
As she has nurtured us
That spirit-wolf was free.
“You killed my father,” she repeated. “But you could not kill me
And do you see, I said, men passing along the wall carrying all sorts of vessels, and statues and figures of animals made of wood and stone and various materials, which appear over the wall? Some of them are talking, others silent.
“Why does anybody tell a story? It does indeed have something to do with faith . . . faith that the universe has meaning, that our little human lives are not irrelevant, that what we choose or say or do matters, matters cosmically.”- Madeleine L’Engle
Don’t write to be approved by masters who
Wear Rolexes in the Name of the People
Don’t write to be approved by masters at all
But be your own authority and see