Tolkien had worked for years on the content of what later became The Silmarillion , and Tolkien enthusiasts, including Kilby, eagerly anticipated its publication. The work required to get it into a publishable form was substantial, however, and Kilby knew of the difficulty of the task. In a letter dated November 19, , Kilby wrote to Tolkien to offer him any assistance he could provide in helping to prepare The Silmarillion for publication. Wheaton, IL: Shaw, I was deeply touched by [your letter], indeed overwhelmed by your generosity in offering to sacrifice your precious time and holiday in helping me.
They are a wonderful reminder of the past as we look into the future. Come read and enjoy them yourself! Continuing the celebration of our 50th Anniversary year, we are featuring a video of Clyde S. Although Kilby states that the maker of the wardrobe is uncertain, it was later confirmed that this wardrobe was handmade by Richard Lewis, C.
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Lewis, J. The story rests on the fate of the Silver Trumpet, the symbol of hope and the vibrancy of life for a kingdom and its inhabitants. The Wade also has three Oral History interviews with Barfield recorded between and To watch the recording in full, or use any of the other recordings mentioned in this post, please visit our Reading Room.
We would love to see you! Since its founding in by Dr. Like most of the best things in my life, my involvement with the Wade Center has been an unexpected gift. Being daily surrounded by the output of seven brilliant minds has formed me in ways I continue to ponder.
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My sensibilities tend to lean towards the personal and the intimate as shaped by scholarship and the intellect, and I have been struck by how well one can get to know these authors and who they were by their output collected at the Wade, which includes not only various editions of their own works, but books about things that interested them, books they owned, and books written and owned by people they loved.
Not only is their work a gift to us, but who they were is a gift to us. And they continue to speak, shape, and influence us today. My own credentials include a B. This path was born of a desire to use every bit of knowledge I had gleaned throughout my educational career in service to others.
First day of the Wade Center cataloging project, August Once upon a time and not so long ago , in order to use a book from the Wade, you had to ask the archivist if the Wade had the item that you needed or wanted. In , the Wade Center began an initiative to professionally catalog the collections according to nationally recognized library standards and make those descriptive records publicly accessible by scholars worldwide. Coincidentally, I came to the Wade Center in with a desire to offer my services as a cataloger just as the cataloging initiative was getting started.
I began cataloging dissertations, and then continued helping to catalog general materials after Nicole took a new position. After the book collection is fully cataloged, we will continue cataloging our audiovisual materials, and offer increased access to our photo collections and other artifacts. Each reader was to read a selection from the book aloud and see how long they could keep reading without bursting into laughter. Since joining the initiative, I have delighted in daily discoveries—from doodles penciled by G.
Chesterton in the margins of his schoolbooks, to the book the Inklings read to each other until they burst out laughing. Kilby figuring out that N. Clerk was a pen name being used by C. Lewis before this was publicly known. Here he has written the reasons for right page and against left page C.
Lewis being the author of the book before the fact was publicly known. Map of England used by Dr. Clyde Kilby for his travels making connections on behalf of the Wade Center. My thesis in library school was about information-seeking behaviors. Sometimes researchers know exactly what they want and are easily able to identify who has those resources.
As we near , I can finally see an end of this project on the horizon. And yet, I sense that this end is just the beginning of one discovery leading to another and another for myself and for those who find themselves drawn into the ageless story woven by these creative and faithful writers. Elaine at work examining a volume with Sarah, a Wade Center volunteer.
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