Saving Appearances: A Study in Idolatry earlier in the year. It was difficult to understand. I even read it again a few months later. In order to proceed, I decided upon Re-Weaving the Rainbow: The Thought of Owen Barfield. This collection of essays has been a help. A variety of topics are discussed. Yesterday the thought below jumped out at me. It is lifted from my Kindle.
Re-Weaving the Rainbow: The Thought of Owen Barfield (David Lavery)
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Barfield doubts that he changed Lewis more than Lewis changed him. But of one thing he is certain and on this he and Lewis would be in agreement: "In our arguments we always, both of us, were arguing for truth not for victory, and arguing for truth, not for comfort."
If I understand properly, this quote originally comes from the book "Owen Barfield on C. S. Lewis".