Two charming fellow-travelers
take care of me; and we may perhaps get as far as the Lake of Como.
On the following day, the four fellow-travelers
arrived at New Orleans.
Readers of this journal may recognize the name of the author of this new monograph investigating the early work of Owen Barfield (1898-1997), Inkling fellow-traveler
He now describes himself as both pious and skeptical by nature, and as "a Christian fellow-traveler
," though it's clear from this book that the place of religion in human life remains one of his core concerns.
On the other hand, the absence of fellow-traveler
James Bishop made no sense.
Bradford likens him to Hitler, while Northeastern fellow-traveler
Edmund Wilson compares him to Bismarck and Lenin; conservative Harry Jaffa sees him as a staunch constitutionalist, but neoliberal Garry Wills maintains that, with the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln pulled off a "gentle (if benign) swindle" and substituted a "new constitution" for the old one.