An introductory article on Charles Williams

Charles Williams was an interesting fellow. He wrote supernatural thrillers about murders in publishing houses that turn out to be connected to the holy grail. He wrote theology books that usually called God mystical names like “the Omnipotence.” He was great friends with C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, and probably the only Inkling who was described as having a Cockney accent.* Despite this interesting and eclectic profile, Williams hasn’t been discussed much compared to his more famous Inklings friends. In the interest of getting the word out, here’s my recent introductory article on his life and books:

Why Was Charles Williams the Odd Inkling?

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*He didn’t really have one, but he was born in London and many people couldn’t place his accent.

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  1. Pingback: C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and other Christians Who Wrote Scary Books – G. Connor Salter

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