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(1886 -- 1945)
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(Did you mean [[Charlie Williams|Charlie Williams, the fan from Knoxville,]] or [[Charlie S. Williams|Charlie Williams, the fan from Nashville]]?)
  
Charles Walter Stansby Williams was a British poet, playwright, novelist, theologian, literary critic, and member of [[The Inklings]].
 
  
His fantasy novels include the following: ''War in Heaven'' (1930), ''Many Dimensions'' (1931), ''The Place of the Lion'' (1931), ''The Greater Trumps'' (1932), ''Shadows of Ecstasy'' (1933), ''Descent into Hell'' (1937), and ''All Hallow's Eve'' (1945).
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(September 20, 1886 – May 15, 1945)
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'''Charles Walter Stansby Williams''' was a [[British]] [[poet]], playwright, novelist, theologian, literary [[critic]], and member of [[The Inklings]].
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His [[fantasy]] novels include ''War in Heaven'' (1930), ''Many Dimensions'' (1931), ''The Place of the Lion'' (1931), ''The Greater Trumps'' (1932), ''Shadows of Ecstasy'' (1933), ''Descent into Hell'' (1937), and ''All Hallow's Eve'' (1945).
  
 
''Descent into Hell'' is generally considered to be his best work.
 
''Descent into Hell'' is generally considered to be his best work.
  
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*[http://www.charleswilliamssociety.org.uk Charles Williams Society.]
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*{{SFE|name=williams_charles}}.
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{{person | website=http://www.charleswilliamssociety.org.uk/ | born=1886 | died=1945}}
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{{person| born=1886 | died=1945}}
 
[[Category:pro]]
 
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[[Category:UK]]

Revision as of 12:43, 1 May 2021

(Did you mean Charlie Williams, the fan from Knoxville, or Charlie Williams, the fan from Nashville?)


(September 20, 1886 – May 15, 1945)

Charles Walter Stansby Williams was a British poet, playwright, novelist, theologian, literary critic, and member of The Inklings.

His fantasy novels include War in Heaven (1930), Many Dimensions (1931), The Place of the Lion (1931), The Greater Trumps (1932), Shadows of Ecstasy (1933), Descent into Hell (1937), and All Hallow's Eve (1945).

Descent into Hell is generally considered to be his best work.



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