C.S. Lewis on royalty
sodgers at tassie.net.au
Mon Jun 14 21:52:25 EDT 2004
Try here, Charles.
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From: "Charles Butler" <hannibal at thegates.fsbusiness.co.uk>
To: <dwj at suberic.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 7:33 AM
Subject: C.S. Lewis on royalty
> I wonder if any of you learned DWJers out there can help me track down a
> reference? I read it in C.S. Lewis ages ago (possibly a book of essays or
> theological book - not lit. crit. or fiction, I think) and it goes
> like this:
> "Monarchy is easy to debunk. But note the accents, mark the tone, of the
> debunkers. These are men whose taproot in Eden has been cut, men to whom
> pebbles laid in a straight line are more beautiful than pebbles laid out
> an arch..."
> And much more of the same kind. Does it ring any bells out there? It would
> save me a lot of laborious rereading!
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