Clear-windowed temple of the God of grace,
From the loud wind to me a hiding-place!
Thee gird broad lands with genial motions
George MacDonald is remembered as one of the founding fathers of modern fantasy. Although he wrote many different kinds of books, including realistic novels, poetry, sermons, and literary criticism, h...
Although George MacDonald began his literary career as a poet and considered poetry to be the highest literary calling, he made his mark in Victorian literature as a novelist and fantasist. In his own...
During the mid-to late-Victorian period, George MacDonald was a public personality and a well-known literary figure. Leading critical journals printed long articles on his work; in 1869 the London Qua...
Any study that seeks to trace the influences of English and European romanticism in "mythopoeic" fantasy must turn to the works of the Scottish author George MacDonald. He was a contemporary of Lewis ...