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Lewis: Images of His World

Lewis: Images of His World

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This reissue of a treasured classic offers a beautiful window into the people and places that shaped the life of beloved author, scholar, and apologist C. S. Lewis. In photographs and text (much of it in Lewis's own words), Douglas Gilbert and Clyde S. Kilby introduce us to such memorable friends as J. R. R. Tolkien and transport us to such magical places as the deer park outside Lewis's rooms at Magdalen College, Oxford. We also meet Lewis as a talented and brilliant child in Belfast, captivated by the myths and legends of the North, already writing and illustrating imaginative stories and poems at a young age.

While the book includes an essay tracing Lewis's struggle to find faith and a chronology of his life, it is not a biography per se but rather a personal introduction, a composite portrait of a fascinating individual and the world in which he lived. Attractively laid out in a fresh new format, this volume will be prized both by longtime fans of Lewis and by those encountering him for the first time.

Praise for C. S. Lewis: Images of His World

"This graceful marriage of words and photographs is a 'Pilgrim's Progress' of the young atheist poet who became one of the twentieth century's most imaginative theologians." - Time

"The constant and ever-growing audience for C. S. Lewis. . . will welcome this book. It captures his life and circle and ambience in superb photographs, many in color, of persons and places." - The Wall Street Journal


- Publisher Offering a window onto the people & places that shaped the life of C.S. Lewis, this work is more a composite portrait than a conventional biography. It includes an essay tracing Lewis' struggle to find faith & a chronology of his life.

- Publisher

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About "Lewis: Images of His World"

This reissue of a treasured classic offers a beautiful window into the people and places that shaped the life of beloved author, scholar, and apologist C. S. Lewis. In photographs and text (much of it in Lewis's own words), Douglas Gilbert and Clyde S. Kilby introduce us to such memorable friends as J. R. R. Tolkien and transport us to such magical places as the deer park outside Lewis's rooms at Magdalen College, Oxford. We also meet Lewis as a talented and brilliant child in Belfast, captivated by the myths and legends of the North, already writing and illustrating imaginative stories and poems at a young age.

While the book includes an essay tracing Lewis's struggle to find faith and a chronology of his life, it is not a biography per se but rather a personal introduction, a composite portrait of a fascinating individual and the world in which he lived. Attractively laid out in a fresh new format, this volume will be prized both by longtime fans of Lewis and by those encountering him for the first time.

Praise for C. S. Lewis: Images of His World

"This graceful marriage of words and photographs is a 'Pilgrim's Progress' of the young atheist poet who became one of the twentieth century's most imaginative theologians." - Time

"The constant and ever-growing audience for C. S. Lewis. . . will welcome this book. It captures his life and circle and ambience in superb photographs, many in color, of persons and places." - The Wall Street Journal

- Publisher

Offering a window onto the people & places that shaped the life of C.S. Lewis, this work is more a composite portrait than a conventional biography. It includes an essay tracing Lewis' struggle to find faith & a chronology of his life.
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 231910
  • Product Code 0802828000
  • EAN 9780802828002
  • Pages 144
  • Department Academic
  • Category Classic
  • Sub-Category C S Lewis
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Oct 2005
  • Sales Rank #21615
  • Dimensions 267 x 211 x 17 mm
  • Weight 0.767kg

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