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Joseph Zepeda, ‘To whom my own glad debts are incalculable: St. Augustine and human loves in The Four Loves and Till We Have Faces’, pp. 5-26
Meriel Patrick, ‘Letting In and Shutting Out: Themes in the Thought of C. S. Lewis’, pp. 27-46
Owen Barfield, ‘The Inspiration of the Divine Comedy’ (1934), pp. 47-65
Giovanni Maddalena, ‘Barfield and Pragmatism', pp. 67-88

Notes & Queries:

Arend Smilde, ‘A History of C.S. Lewis’s Collected Shorter Writings, 1939-2000’, pp. 91-100

Book Reviews:
Richard Platt, As One Devil to Another: A Fiendish Correspondence in the Tradition of C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters. Review by A.T. Reyes, pp. 103-4
Eduardo Segura and Thomas M. Honegger (eds), Myth and Magic: Art according to the Inklings. Review by Brandon Dorn, pp. 105-9
Thomas Howard, The Night is Far Spent. Review by Sarah Elizabeth Maple, pp. 110-12
Donald T. Williams, Mere Humanity: G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien on the Human Condition. Review by Shannon C. Coker, pp. 113-16
Joseph Pearce, Wisdom and Innocence: A Life of G.K. Chesterton. Review by Travis Buchanan, pp. 117-20