The Literary Legacy of C. S. Lewis

Chad Walsh

The Literary Legacy of C. S. Lewis
Wipf & Stock Publishers
United States
7 December 2008

The Literary Legacy of C. S. Lewis

Chad Walsh

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C. S. Lewis has been read and studied as though he were two authors–a writer of Christian apologetics and a writer of science fiction and fantasy. Only in recent years has there been any move to examine his work as the creation of a single, unique mind. This is the first major critical study to undertake that task. Chad Walsh, who wrote an earlier study of Lewis, Apostle to the Skeptics, reassesses the Oxford don’s legacy fifteen years after his death–his poetry, visionary fiction, and space fiction; The Chronicles of Narnia; Till We Have Faces; his criticism; and his religious-philosophical writing. Lewis emerges as an archetypal Christian and the creator of some of the most original books of our century.

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