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Best of Second World War Poetry written by Allied WWII Servicemen performed by Martin Jarvis, Rosalind Ayres, Paul McGann and Spike Milligan on CD (Abridged)

Best of Second World War Poetry written by Allied WWII Servicemen performed by Martin Jarvis, Rosalind Ayres, Paul McGann and Spike Milligan on CD (Abridged)£9.99

To mark the sixtieth anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe, CSA WORD is proud to release a brand new CD of over 100 poems written by men and women who served during the war.

A Hobbit, A Wardrobe and a Great War written by Joseph Loconte performed by Dave Hoffman on Audio CD (Unabridged)

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A Hobbit, A Wardrobe and a Great War written by Joseph Loconte performed by Dave Hoffman on Audio CD (Unabridged)
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ISBN:  9781536624502
Genre - Main:  Non-Fiction
Genre - Specific:  History
Duration:  420 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Joseph Loconte
Narrator 1:  Dave Hoffman
Rarity:  Rare

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The untold story of how the First World War shaped the lives, faith, and writings of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis The First World War laid waste to a continent and permanently altered the political and religious landscape of the West. For a generation of men and women, it brought the end of innocence and the end..

of faith. Yet for J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, the Great War deepened their spiritual quest. Both men served as soldiers on the Western Front, survived the trenches, and used the experience of that conflict to ignite their Christian imagination.

Had there been no Great War, there would have been no Hobbit, no Lord of the Rings, no Narnia, and perhaps no conversion to Christianity by C. S. Lewis. Unlike a generation of young writers who lost faith in the God of the Bible, Tolkien and Lewis produced epic stories infused with the themes of guilt and grace, sorrow and consolation.

Giving an unabashedly Christian vision of hope in a world tortured by doubt and disillusionment, the two writers created works that changed the course of literature and shaped the faith of millions. This is the first audiobook to explore their work in light of the spiritual crisis sparked by the conflict.

The untold story of how the First World War shaped the lives, faith, and writings of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis The First World War laid waste to a continent and permanently altered the political and religious landscape of the West. For a generation of men and women, it brought the end of innocence—and the end of faith.

Yet for J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, the Great War deepened their spiritual quest. Both men served as soldiers on the Western Front, survived the trenches, and used the experience of that conflict to ignite their Christian imagination. Had there been no Great War, there would have been no Hobbit, no Lord of the Rings, no Narnia, and perhaps no conversion to Christianity by C. S. Lewis.

Unlike a generation of young writers who lost faith in the God of the Bible, Tolkien and Lewis produced epic stories infused with the themes of guilt and grace, sorrow and consolation. Giving an unabashedly Christian vision of hope in a world tortured by doubt and disillusionment, the two writers created works that changed the course of literature and shaped the faith of millions.

This is the first audiobook to explore their work in light of the spiritual crisis sparked by the conflict.

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