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Interview with William O'Flaherty, "C.S. Lewis Goes to Hell"

Readers of A Pilgrim in Narnia will know of my abiding interest in The Screwtape Letters. As the 75th anniversary of the first printing of the  1,787 more words

C.S. Lewis

How Screwtape was Introduced to the World

Next week we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the book that made C.S. Lewis a household name: The Screwtape Letters. It was first serialized in  1,076 more words

The Screwtape Letters

Rain & Homework & Procrastination

I always find myself writing a new blog post when I need to be doing homework. #oops I think it is because it feels kind of close to doing homework – it’s writing and typing and thinking and still not exactly what I want to be doing. 123 more words

Reading

Annie Dillard, An American Childhood

Can I come to you as a literary evangelist for a moment?

Actually, I’m always doing that, aren’t I? I have worked to remind a world much different than the original about  2,706 more words

Reflections

Boozy Books: The Screwtape Letters

Happy Friday, everybody! I hope you had a wonderful week and are prepared for your weekly dose of Boozy Books! By the time I finish writing this post it may already be Saturday, but you can read and drink to your heart’s content this coming weekend. 293 more words

The Screwtape Letters

The Screwtape Letters is a Christian novel written by C.S. Lewis in 1942. C.S. Lewis was 43 years old when this book was published. According to Wikipedia, Lewis went to Oxford University and Cambridge University. 858 more words

C.S. Lewis