Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

Book Review: The Reading Life

The Reading Life: The Joy Of Seeing New Worlds Through Others’ Eyes, by C.S. Lewis One of the fates of any author worth reading is that when they are gone, their works are repackaged in endless ways for others to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Inklings Handbook

The Inklines Handbook:  The Lives, Thoughts, And Writings Of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Owen Barfield, And Their Friends, by Colin Duriez and David Porter Many people reading this book will enter it already being familiar with the writings … Continue reading

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Book Review: The C.S. Lewis Chronicles

The C.S. Lewis Chronicles:  The Indispensable Biography Of The Creator Of Narnia Full of Little-Known Facts, Events, And Miscellany, by Colin Duriez Colin Duriez has made a bit of a career, it would appear, out of writing about C.S. Lewis … Continue reading

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Book Review: All My Road Before Me

All My Road Before Me:  The Diary Of C.S. Lewis 1922-1927, edited by Walter Hooper How would I feel if someone had taken my Livejournal and Blogger posts as a young adult and compiled them into a large book in … Continue reading

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Book Review: C.S. Lewis’ Case For Christ

C.S. Lewis’ Case For Christ:  Insights From Reason, Imagination, And Faith, by Art Lindsley When I was a teenager, one of the favorite ways that the adults in charge of our teen Bible studies had of trying to be hip … Continue reading

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Book Review: Exploring C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles Of Narnia

Exploring C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles Of Narnia, by Kirk H. Beetz If you are looking for a textbook, fit for older high school or even early college students, that puts C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia in a historical and literary perspective, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Further Up And Further In

Further Up And Further In:  A Literature Based Unit Study Utilizing C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles Of Narnia, by Diane Pendergraft, edited by Margie Gray If you are parent for homeschooled children in middle school or early high school, this is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Worlds Of Narnia

Worlds Of Narnia:  A Treasury Of Myths, Legends, And Fascinating Facts, by David Colbert On the front cover of this book there is a disclaimer statement that this particular book was not authorized or approved by C.S. Lewis’ estate or … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bloom’s Major Literary Characters: Satan

Bloom’s Major Literary Characters:  Satan, edited by Harold Bloom This book was one that pleased me a great deal for a variety of reasons.  For one, the book itself consists of various essays that discuss what some literary critical writers … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tolkien And C.S. Lewis: The Gift Of Friendship

Tolkien And C.S. Lewis:  The Gift Of Friendship, by Colin Duriez There are not nearly enough books that have been written about the subject of friendship.  This particular book seeks to look at two particularly famous and illustrious friends who … Continue reading

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