The Inklings...Humphrey Carpenter...Houghton Mifflin Company
The Inklings Handbook...Colin Duriez and David Porter...Chalice Press
History In English Words...Owen Barfield...Lindisfarne Books
Saving The Appearances...Owen Barfield...Harcourt, Brace & World
A Barfield Reader...Owen Barfield...Wesleyan/New England
The Splendid Century...W. H. Lewis...Morrow Quill Paperbacks
A Severe Mercy...Sheldon Vanauken...Harper & Row
Under The Mercy...Sheldon Vanauken...Nelson
Christ The Lord: The Road To Cana...Anne Rice...Knopf
Called Out Of Darkness: A Spiritual Confession...Anne Rice...Knopf
Owen Barfield is one of the most obscure yet most important members of the Inklings. His theories of language had a deep influence on both C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. The first Narnia book is dedicated to his step-daughter, Lucy. Barfield was one of the longest surviving members of the Inklings, passing away in 1997.
W. H. Lewis is of course CSL's brother Warnie, who published several informative and entertaining books on French history in his own right. Sheldon Vanauken was a student and correspondent of CSL, whose teachings and advice deeply affected his life. Anne Rice just kind of got sucked along in the wake of these books to make up ten.
Book Count: 813.