C. S. Lewis

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English critic and novelist

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The pair spent their childhood growing up in Northern Ireland alongside their older cousin CS Lewis, before moving to England shortly after the Second World War.
mobi for their 11 year-old son Comrie, who is a fan of the CS Lewis books.
Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien achieved second place in the poll and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis was placed third.
Our whole family are great admirers of CS Lewis and he must be turning in his grave about all this.
IRISH author CS Lewis may have refused to reveal the secrets behind his Narnia novels but a scholar reckons he has finally cracked the code - and he claims the answer is all in the stars.
I'm inclined to agree with CS Lewis, who says we create our own hell and that can start on earth.
Author CS Lewis was a Christian convert and wrote the Chronicles of Narnia as a Christian allegory with Aslan the Lion representing Christ.
The big screen adaptation of the CS Lewis classic is due in cinemas in December.
It tells the story of CS Lewis, the famous writer and broadcaster, and his romance with the American poet Joy Gresham.
CS Lewis, most famous for his seven Narnia novels for children, was an Oxford University theologian, literary scholar and novelist.
The showing of this much-anticipated film, co-sponsored by the CS Lewis Society of New Port Richey, Florida, will take place at USF's Marshall Center on Tuesday, January 25, 2005 at 7 p.
And yesterday CS Lewis Festival organiser Wendy Langham and Deputy Lord Mayor Guy Spence helped launch a flurry of fantastic events in the great author's honour.
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) recently came down on the side of the CS Lewis Company and gave it ownership of narnia.
According to The Guardian, second and third place in the survey were taken by CS Lewis, who is best known for The Chronicles of Narnia series, and JM Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan.
CONTROVERSIAL unionist peer, Lord Laird, has demanded Narnia writer CS Lewis be known as an "Ulster-Scot.