Till We Have Faces

A Myth Retold (Thorndike Press Large Print Perennial Bestsellers Series)

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This tale of two princesses - one beautiful and one unattractive - and of the struggle between sacred and profane love is Lewis’s reworking of the myth of Cupid and Psyche and one of his most enduring works.
Alice Bridgwater
Ha scritto il 03/06/09
I'm really very sorry that I cannot agree with most of the reviewers.I've tried very hard to enjoy this book, but unfortunately it didn't appeal me so much as I hoped.I was sadly disappointed. Sometimes during the reading I was tempted to put it off,...Continua
Ha scritto il 08/06/08
One of Lewis' most fascinating, yet mysterious books. The tale told is so exciting, and kept my interest until the very end. However, the meaning still eludes me. All the critics I have read on this tale declare it deep and mysterious - I fully agree...Continua
Lai Jude
Ha scritto il 06/06/07
A Treasure
This is one of my very very favourite books. I first read it 10 years ago, when i was eighteen. Despite how much I like the book, I've always found it hard to describe or write about it as if words just couldn't do the book justice. Several things ma...Continua

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