C.S. Lewis: A Companion and Guide Walter Hooper

ISBN: 9780006278009

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C.S. Lewis: A Companion and Guide  by  Walter Hooper

C.S. Lewis: A Companion and Guide by Walter Hooper
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Winner: The 1997 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Gold MedallionThe Life & Works of the Most Beloved Christian Thinker & Storyteller of the Twentieth Century--An Indispensable ResourceIn this masterful and authoritativeMoreWinner: The 1997 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Gold MedallionThe Life & Works of the Most Beloved Christian Thinker & Storyteller of the Twentieth Century--An Indispensable ResourceIn this masterful and authoritative compendium, one of Lewiss keenest interpreters offers an illuminating and utterly entertaining look at his works--from The Chronicles of Narnia to his many essays on Christianity--and the life of the extraordinary man who created them.Hooper traces Lewiss life from childhood in Belfast and war experience in France to his brilliant academic career at Oxford and Cambridge, his religious conversion, the publication of his books, and his late marriage and widowhood.

The author explores the key ideas behind Lewiss thoughts on everything from enchantment, reason, imagination, and joy to democratic education, myth, and the masculine and feminine. A concise Whats What guide explains the significance of places and things, from Kilns, Lewiss home in Oxford to his many references to The Book of Common Prayer. In addition, a definitive Whos Who listing includes Lewiss many teachers, mentors, and friends, including Dorothy L. Sayers and J.R.R. Tolkien.



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