Clive Staples Lewis


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English critic and novelist

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The work of Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963), creator of The Chronicles of Narnia, has been gaining popularity, especially in the United States, where his vision of an open, nondenominational Christianity has attracted a following among both Protestants and Catholics.
29, 1898, Clive Staples Lewis was encouraged by his father, a solicitor, and mother, the daughter of an Anglican priest, to do well iri school.
Born in 1898 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Clive Staples Lewis was a renowned British scholar and novelist who wrote more than 40 books of both fiction and nonfiction.
Clive Staples Lewis, a devoted Christian, wrote the books between 1949 and 1954.
Charis Cotter takes you into the lives of the following authors: Lucy Maud Montgomery, Clive Staples Lewis, Elwyn Brooks White, Madeleine L'Engle, Philip Pullman, and Christopher Paul Curtis.
Charis Cotter's Born to Write: The Remarkable Lives of Six Famous Authors is enticing mix of book excerpts, family and life history and literary background of six influential authors: Lucy Maud Montgomery, Clive Staples Lewis, Elwyn Brooks White, Madeleine L'Engle, Phillip Pullman and Christopher Paul Curtis.
Born near Belfast in 1898, Clive Staples Lewis - who wrote the Chronicles Of Narnia series - headed off to England as a teenager.