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C. S. Lewis

Irish-English medievalist, theologian, and novelist Clive Staples Lewis was born on November 29, 1898. Among his best known works are Out of the Silent Planet, The Problem of Pain, Miracles, and the “Narnia” fantasies for children. His retelling of the Psyche myth, Till We Have Faces, and political essays such as “The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment” and The Abolition of Man, will almost certainly stand the test of time.

By: Redactor

2 Comments

  1. Rick Rund says:

    Such an incredible intellect and along with that whole group, cannot remember their group name, were such great minds.

    • Redactor says:

      The Inklings. Humphrey Carter wrote a group biography. Other members included Charles Williams and J.R.R. Tolkien. If memory serves Owen Barfield was on the edge of it, and Dorothy Sayers really wanted to be a member, but she was a woman.

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