C. S. Lewis
(Very Short Introductions)
Oxford Univ Pr 2019/03
134 p. 17 cm
Introduces the reader to the vast variety of C. S. Lewis' published work , including his books and many essays, as well as poems, letters, and sermons.
The writings of C.S. Lewis have a universal appeal. His Chronicles of Narnia are by far the best known, but he was also a prolific literary scholar, essayist, broadcaster, novelist, poet, and Christian apologist. Following the chronology of Lewis's life, James Como draws out the core themes of his writings, showing how his ideas evolved.
Table of Contents
Preface 1: Lewis along the way 2: Roots 3: Lewis ascendant 4: Fame 5: Darkness and light 6: A new day 7: End game 8: The weight of glory A readers' list of C. S. Lewis's works by type Books of particular importance to C. S. Lewis A selected secondary bibliography Further reading