History Literature / TillWeHaveFaces

14th Feb '17 1:32:39 PM Mdumas43073
Is there an issue? Send a Message


''Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold'' (1956) is Creator/CSLewis's last novel, the one he considered his best and most mature. It relates the myth of Cupid and Psyche (found in Apuleius' Latin novel ''The Golden Ass'') from a very different perspective than the original.

to:

''Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold'' (1956) is Creator/CSLewis's last novel, and the one he considered his best and most mature. It relates the myth of Cupid and Psyche (found in Apuleius' Latin novel ''The Golden Ass'') from a very different perspective than the original.
14th Feb '17 1:32:24 PM Mdumas43073
Is there an issue? Send a Message


''Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold'' is Creator/CSLewis's last novel, the one he considered his best and most mature. It relates the myth of Cupid and Psyche (found in Apuleius' Latin novel ''The Golden Ass'') from a very different perspective than the original.

to:

''Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold'' (1956) is Creator/CSLewis's last novel, the one he considered his best and most mature. It relates the myth of Cupid and Psyche (found in Apuleius' Latin novel ''The Golden Ass'') from a very different perspective than the original.
2nd Feb '17 9:18:48 PM Idek618
Is there an issue? Send a Message
2nd Feb '17 8:59:12 PM Idek618
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ItsAllAboutMe: The king their father.

to:

* ItsAllAboutMe: The king their father.king.



* MysteriousVeil: Orual's most noticeable wardrobe piece is a veil that covers her entire face, staring a number of rumors as to what she looks like underneath.

to:

* MysteriousVeil: Orual's most noticeable wardrobe piece is a veil that covers her entire face, staring starting a number of rumors as to what she looks like underneath.
31st Oct '16 10:03:33 AM Katsuhagi
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* MysteriousVeil: Orual's most noticeable wardrobe piece is a veil that covers her entire face, staring a number of rumors as to what she looks like underneath.
18th Aug '16 8:33:22 AM Timurlame
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CutLexLuthorACheck: The King of Glome often sentences people who particularly displease him to hard labor in his silver mines. As Orual notes, his tendency to have them worked to death is incredibly inefficient for the purpose of actually mining silver. Even as be bewails Glomes ill fortunes, he never considers any kind of labor reform. When Orual becomes queen, she takes special care to make sure the slaves in the mines are well-treated and healthy, and in a few years the silver output skyrockets, becoming a pillar of Glome's prosperity.


Added DiffLines:

* CutLexLuthorACheck: The King of Glome often sentences people who particularly displease him to hard labor in his silver mines. As Orual notes, his tendency to have them worked to death is incredibly inefficient for the purpose of actually mining silver. Even as be bewails Glome's ill fortunes, he never considers any kind of labor reform. When Orual becomes queen, she takes special care to make sure the slaves in the mines are well-treated and healthy, and in a few years the silver output skyrockets, becoming a pillar of Glome's prosperity.
18th Aug '16 8:32:23 AM Timurlame
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ACreditToYourRace: This is the only kind of compliment the Fox. who is Greek ever gets from the King.
18th Aug '16 8:31:26 AM Timurlame
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ACreditToYourRace: This is the only kind of compliment the Fox. who is Greek ever gets from the King.
18th Aug '16 8:04:24 AM Timurlame
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CutLexLuthorACheck: The King of Glome often sentences people who particularly displease him to hard labor in his silver mines. As Orual notes, his tendency to have them worked to death is incredibly inefficient for the purpose of actually mining silver. When Orual becomes queen, she takes special care to make sure the slaves in the mines are well-treated and healthy, and in a few years the output skyrockets.

to:

* CutLexLuthorACheck: The King of Glome often sentences people who particularly displease him to hard labor in his silver mines. As Orual notes, his tendency to have them worked to death is incredibly inefficient for the purpose of actually mining silver. Even as be bewails Glomes ill fortunes, he never considers any kind of labor reform. When Orual becomes queen, she takes special care to make sure the slaves in the mines are well-treated and healthy, and in a few years the silver output skyrockets.skyrockets, becoming a pillar of Glome's prosperity.
18th Aug '16 8:02:55 AM Timurlame
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* CutLexLuthorACheck: The King of Glome often sentences people who particularly displease him to hard labor in his silver mines. As Orual notes, his tendency to have them worked to death is incredibly inefficient for the purpose of actually mining silver. When Orual becomes queen, she takes special care to make sure the slaves in the mines are well-treated and healthy, and in a few years the output skyrockets.
This list shows the last 10 events of 35. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Literature.TillWeHaveFaces