Descent Into Hell

Descent Into Hell

Book - 1973
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The key to Williams' mystically oriented theological thought, Descent into Hell (arguably Williams' greatest novel) is a multidimensional story about human beings who shut themselves up in their own narcissistic projections, so that they are no longer able to love, to 'co-inhere.' The result is a veritable hell.

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Eerdmans, c1973, c1949
ISBN: 9780802812209
0802812201
Branch Call Number: F WIL
Characteristics: 222 p. ; 20 cm

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kmarushy
Aug 25, 2015

Another one of Williams's books that mixes mysticism with a bit of mystery... this one focused on a theatre troupe and like, 10 characters. After awhile, it was difficult to see where it was going, who I should care about, and why.

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