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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: Character Traits

We want to pay close attention to the details in chapter one, especially of the characters. Do their personalities that come out at the beginning follow them through the story? 364 more words


Delight, or Disappointment?

From C.S. Lewis’s Greatest Fiction Was Convincing American Kids They Would Like Turkish Delight, by Jess Zimmerman:

“There’s one thing almost everyone agreed on: Edmund’s willingness to put himself in the thrall of an evil witch in exchange for Turkish Delight makes him not only morally but gastronomically suspect. 164 more words

C.S. Lewis' Heretical Beliefs

Lewis believed that God created the universe; but then men evolved from animals…

“… for we have good reason to believe that animals existed long before men… For long centuries God perfected the animal form which was to become the vehicle of humanity and the image of Himself … God caused a new kind of consciousness to descend upon this organism” (The Problem of Pain, pp.133,77). 1,506 more words