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Those who say justice means the punishment of sin, and mercy the not punishing of sin, and attribute both to God, would make a schism in the very idea of God.
Some readers are left cold by Lilith--where do you stand on the novel and why? What scenes and characters from both Lilith and Phantastes have had the greatest impact on you? How shocked were you by the revelation of the Raven's identity? What are the most perplexing aspects of either work?
Whether you're reading Guild Court for the first time or would enjoy revisiting it, join Joseph Dindinger of WisePath Books, Jess Lederman, and others in sharing your thoughts, observations, favorite passages, and questions about the novel MacDonald subtitled, A London Story.
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Everything MacDonald is intended as the ultimate research resource, listing and whenever possible providing links to books, articles, videos, stage productions, etc. relating to works by, about, or inspired by George MacDonald. Links to audio versions are in the works; to bring anything we've missed to our attention, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is an example from the interactive PDF titled Novels:
Edited versions from Michael Phillips:
The Maiden’s Bequest
Alec Forbes and His Friend Annie, Young Reader’s Edition
Essays and Articles:
“When Bad Girls Go Good: Stereotype Reversals in George MacDonald’s Alec Forbes of Howlgen” by Ginger Stelle
“1865 Review” Wingfold: Spring 2006
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