I knew Tolkien because, as an undergraduate I attended his weekly seminars. At that time he himself was greatly interested in Ancrene Wisse and the Katherine Group. He lectured on Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Much later, in 1972, I met Tolkien again, at a book-launch party. I ventured to speak to him. I gave my name, and in his charming way he said he remembered me. I wondered at that, but took it as evidence of his kindness.
Alister McGrath, C.S. Lewis: A Life. Eccentric Genius, Reluctant Prophet. Review essay by Arend Smilde, pp. 142-151
John G. West (ed.), The Magician’s Twin: C.S. Lewis on Science, Scientism, and Society. Review by Jonathan McGee, pp. 153-157
Alan R. Blackstock, The Rhetoric of Redemption: Chesterton, Ethical Criticism, and the Common Man. Review by David Baird, pp. 158-59
Andrew C. Skinner and Robert L. Millet (eds), C.S. Lewis: The Man and His Message. Review by Jared Lafitte, pp. 160-62