They Asked for a Paper: Papers and Addresses (1962)
A collection of Lewis addresses over a twenty-year period on literature and Christianity, including: "De Descriptione Temporum," "The Literary Impact of the Authorized Version," "Hamlet: The Prince or the Poem?" "Kipling's World," "Sir Walter Scott," "Lilies That Fester," "Psycho-Analysis and Literary Criticism," "The Inner Ring," "Is Theology Poetry?" "Transposition," "The Obstinacy in Belief," and "The Weight of Glory."
Martin, Jane Roland (1992). The Schoolhome Rethinking Schools for Changing Families. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. As Martin surveys the decline of traditional family patterns, the exodus of both men and women from home to the world of work, the abandonment of children to the influence of television and the streets, and the epidemic of violence that touches the lives of millions of young people today, she reflects that it is time to recreate within schools the caring, nurturing, socializing functions historically performed at home. Martin emphasizes the crucial importance of domestic life in the social and moral development of human personality; she argues that what is learned at home in early life is far more “basic” than any academic learning, and charges that American culture has consistently repressed the domestic sphere in favor of the public world of politics and economic production. For a variety of cultural and societal reasons, most homes today cannot provide the care that healthy development requires, and Martin believes that one essential antidote to rising violence and social disintegration is to provide the “moral equivalent of home” in schools.
At an unknown period later in time, Hook returns to the Enchanted Forest. The night after Snow White accidentally creates a singing spell , she and Prince Charming track down Hook in a tavern and offer him a bag of coins as payment if he allows them passage on his ship to the Evil Queen 's castle. Hook rejects their offer and instead sings about his deep-seated desire for revenge against Rumplestiltskin, whom the couple promise to turn over to him if he helps them. Only then, Hook agrees and lets them take his ship to get to the Queen, however, when the singing spell ends, the Blue Fairy erases everyone's memories during this time in order to protect the songs for Snow and Charming's unborn daughter . [ (" The Song in Your Heart ")