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.
"A man who is eating or lying with his wife or preparing to go to sleep in humility, thankfulness and temperance, is, by Christian standards, in an infinitely higher state than one who is listening to Bach or reading Plato in a state of pride." Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963), commonly referred to as C.
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'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.
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.
Born near Belfast in 1898, Clive Staples Lewis - who wrote the Chronicles Of Narnia series - headed off to England as a teenager.
The movies look set to draw attention to the rare first editions of these stories by Clive Staples Lewis, who was an associate of Lord Of The Rings author J.R.