Each new book by Owen Barfield makes it increasingly certain that he is one of the tiny number of truly original and creative thinkers of out time. In the present work, based on lectures read at Brandeis University in 1965, Mr. Barfield sets out to consider what light the three subjects of history, language, and literature can be made to shed on each other. These topics ha
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