J.R.R. Tolkien on Fairy Tales, Language, the Psychology of Fantasy, and Why There’s No Such Thing as Writing “For Children” | Brain Pickings

J.R.R. Tolkien on Fairy Tales, Language, the Psychology of Fantasy, and Why There’s No Such Thing as Writing “For Children”

J.R.R. Tolkien on Fairy Tales, Language, the Psychology of Fantasy, and Why There’s No Such Thing as Writing “For Children” | Brain Pickings

C. S. Lewis’s Advice to Children on Duty and the Three Kinds of Things Anyone Need Ever Do | Brain Pickings

C.S. Lewis’s Advice to Children on Duty and the Only Three Things Worth Worrying About

C. S. Lewis’s Advice to Children on Duty and the Three Kinds of Things Anyone Need Ever Do | Brain Pickings

“The only moral that is of any value is that which arises inevitably from the whole cast of the author’s mind.”

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing

“The only moral that is of any value is that which arises inevitably from the whole cast of the author’s mind.”

E.B. White on How to Write for Children and the Writer’s Responsibility to All Readers

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing

E.B. White on How to Write for Children and the Writer’s Responsibility to All Readers

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing | Brain Pickings

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing | Brain Pickings

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing | Brain Pickings

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing

C.S. Lewis on the Three Ways of Writing for Children and the Key to Authenticity in All Writing | Brain Pickings

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