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The ehewlett On-line Library

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A collection of links to some of my favorite literature on-line.

Open Book

Note: This page started out as a collection of links to Christian fantasy literature available on the net, including a bit of my own. I am expanding it to include some of my other interests, on behalf of all those who share them, but, for now, works of Christian fantasy still form the bulk of the collection.



Christian Fantasy

+ Amateur
+ Classic

Essays on Fantasy


+ At the Back of the North Wind
+ Day Boy and the Night Girl, The
+ Faerie Queene, The
Fantastic Allsorts
+ Flatland
+ G-E or g-e
+ Golden Key, The
+ Holy War, The
+ I/O (Input/Output: A Fable)
+ Idylls of the King
+ Light Princess, The
+ Lilith
+ Little Prince, The
+ Man Who Was Thursday, The
+ Outside the Tank
+ Paradise Lost
+ Phantastes
+ Pilgrim's Progress, The
+ Princess and Curdie, The
+ Princess and the Goblin, The
+ Young Man Who Wanted to Get Rich, The


Abbot, Edwin A.
Bunyan, John
Chesterton, G.K.
Hewlett, Edward
+ Christian Fantasy
+ Essays on Fantasy

MacDonald, George
Milton, John
Saint-Exupery, Antoine de
Spenser, Edmund
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord

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Christian Fantasy


Edward Hewlett
Fantastic Allsorts (a small anthology containing the following stories...)
I/O (Input/Output: A Fable)
Outside the Tank
G-E or g-e
The Young Man Who Wanted to Get Rich


Edwin A. Abbott
John Bunyan
The Pilgrim's Progress
The Holy War
G.K. Chesterton
The Man Who Was Thursday
George MacDonald
The Golden Key
The Light Princess
The Princess and the Goblin (or Project Gutenburg's plain-text version)
The Princess and Curdie (or Project Gutenburg's plain-text version)
The Day Boy and the Night Girl
At the Back of the North Wind
John Milton
Paradise Lost
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
The Little Prince
Edmund Spenser
The Faerie Queene
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Idylls of the King

Essays on Fantasy

Edward Hewlett
“Several Uses of Giants and The Giant Just out of the Way in the Works of Spenser, Bunyan, and Lewis”
“Endings and After: Death and the Re-evaluation of Myth in the Meta-narratives of The End of the World News and Out of the Silent Planet

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