Fact / Quote / Quiz: December 9th

FACT OF THE DAY:

“After Priggery – What?” is an essay by Lewis first published on December 7, 1945 in The Spectator. Available now in Present Concerns.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY:

“To avoid a man’s society because he is poor or ugly or stupid may be bad; but to avoid it because he is wicked—with the all but inevitable implication that you are less wicked (at least in some respect)—is dangerous and disgusting.”

After Priggery – What?
(Published in The Spectator on 12/7/1945)

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QUIZ OF THE DAY:

When you read The Chronicles of Narnia in their published order what object first mentioned in LWW (The Lion…) is not fully explained (i.e., it’s origin) until The Magician’s Nephew?

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