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The Precincts of Felicity: The Augustinian City of the Oxford Christians
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AuthorCharles Wickleffe Moorman
PublisherUniversity of Florida Press
ReleasedJuly 1966
Formathardcover
Pages143

The Precincts of Felicity: The Augustinian City of the Oxford Christians is a book which compares the works of the inklings from a theological perspective.

[edit] From the publisher

An Analysis of the Oxford Christians, Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and by extension, T.S. Eliot, and Dorothy Sayers- as they relate to the image of St. Augustine's City of God. An interesting analysis of a fertile literary group