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In Remembrance 2017: Ten Notable Lives that We Lost

Harry Blamires


Harry Blamires (6 November 1916 − 21 November 2017) was an Anglican theologian, literary critic, and novelist. Blamires was once head of the English department at King Alfred’s College (now University of Winchester) in Winchester, England. He started writing in the late 1940s at the encouragement of his friend and mentor C. S. Lewis, who had been his tutor at Oxford University, where he graduated from University College.


Read an obituary from Christianity Today.

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