C. S. Lewis: A Critical Essay


Before his death in 1963, C. S. Lewis found time to produce some sixty first-quality works of literary history, literary criticism, theology, philosophy, autobiography, Biblical studies, historical philology, fantasy, science fiction, letters, poems, sermons, formal and informal essays, a historical novel, a spiritual diary, religious allegory, short stories, and children’s novels. Clive Staples Lewis was not a man: he was a world.

In this critical essay, Peter Kreeft guides readers on an exploration of this world through the words of Lewis himself, in a comprehensive tour of his faith and his fiction.

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