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Books about C.S. Lewis and his writings
C. S. Lewis: A Very Short Introduction by James Como
Publication Date: 2019-03-24
This Very Short Introduction delves into the vast corpus of C. S. Lewis' work, discussing its core themes and lasting appeal. As James Como shows, C. S. Lewis' life is just as interesting as his work. Moving chronologically through Lewis' life, Como provides throughout a picture of the whole man, his work, and his enduring legacy.
C. S. Lewis: An Annotated Bibliography and Resource by P. H. Brazier; Brian Horne (Foreword by)
Publication Date: 2012-09-20
This bibliography and resource consists of a chronological introduction to the development of Lewis's works, a copious bibliography and a guide to the study of Lewis, an introductory essay on Christology in Lewis, and a glossary for those unfamiliar with some of the background and terms to Lewis's understanding of revelation and the Christ. It will be an invaluable resource for all scholars of C. S. Lewis.
A Life Observed: A Spiritual Biography of C.S. Lewis by Devin Brown; Douglas Gresham (Foreword by)
Publication Date: 2013-08-15
At the fiftieth anniversary of C.S. Lewis's death, Lewis expert Devin Brown brings the beloved author's story to life in a fresh, accessible, and moving biography through focusing on Lewis's spiritual journey. Drawing on Lewis's autobiographical works, books by those who knew him personally, and his apologetic and fictional writing, this book tells the inspiring story of Lewis's journey from cynical atheist to joyous Christian and challenges readers to follow their own calling.
Remembering C. S. Lewis: Recollections of Those Who Knew Him by James T. Como
Publication Date: 2005-12-01
In this intimate, candid, and sometimes surprising community biography of the celebrated author and Christian apologist, twenty-four men and women who knew C.S. Lewis as teacher, colleague, and friend offer their reminiscences and impressions of the complex man behind the critical and academic acclaim. Through their recollections, we see "Jack" Lewis dazzling Oxford as he takes on atheists, materialists, and a host of other challengers. Most poignantly, we see him in everyday settings.
The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C.S. Lewis by Alan Jacobs
Publication Date: 2008-04-01
From Lewis's childhood days in Ireland playing with his brother, Warnie, to his horrific experiences in the trenches during World War I, to his friendship with J. R. R. Tolkien (and other members of the "Inklings"), and his remarkable late-life marriage to Joy Davidman, Jacobs traces the events and people that shaped Lewis's philosophy, theology, and fiction. The result is much more than a conventional biography of Lewis: Jacobs tells the story of a profound and extraordinary imagination.
Irrigating Deserts: C.S. Lewis on Education by Joel D. Heck
Publication Date: 2006-01-01
This book looks at the education of C. S. Lewis, both as he received it in his formative years and as he dispensed it in his mature years. The analysis of Lewis's educational philosophy and practice culminates in application of this philosophy and practice to current issues and challenges in modern education and modern Christian education: objective truth, pedagogy, curriculum, interdisciplinary thinking, the purpose of education, and much more.
Becoming C. S. Lewis by Harry Lee Poe
Publication Date: 2019-11-12
This unique biography reveals how C. S. Lewis's adolescent years shaped his later writing--tracing themes such as his delight in literature, his key relationships, his suffering and struggles, and his intense pursuit of joy. Volume 1 of a new trilogy.
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