C.S. Lewis is perhaps best known for his seven-book children's series 'The Chronicles of Narnia'. Born to religious parents in Ireland, Lewis lost his faith as a young man but rediscovered it later in life through conversations with his friend and fellow author, J.R.R. Tolkien. Lewis incorporated the central virtues of fortitude, honesty, and faith into much of his work, including the Narnia books and 'The Screwtape Letters'. His masterful ability to connect with audiences young and old continues to draw new readers, rightfully making C.S. Lewis one of modern literature's great names. This revised edition of C.S. Lewis delves into this thoughtful man's life, his well-known works, and his writings' influence on other writers.
Foreword by Kyle Zimmer, President First Book 1 France, 1918 2 The Little End Room 3 School Days 4 War and Peace 5 The Kilns and Christian Revival 6 Screwtape and Success 7 Narnia 8 Surprised by Love 9 Living and Dying with Joy 10 A Life Remembered Chronology Works by C.S. Lewis Popular Books Popular Characters Major Awards Bibliography Further Reading Index