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    Rarely has the literary history seen such a friendship as it is between C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, the authors of two well-known fantasy fictions, The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings. The two writers shared the same passion in languages and myths, and soon became close friends while living and working at Oxford. Though Lewis and Tolkien shared many common interests and the worlds they created are fraught with imperfections and closed to the real world, their works reflect many

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    Both Eustace and Edmund have major shortcomings that negatively affect others. Yet Lewis does not leave his characters there, fallen and shamed. He redeems them. Edmund becomes a King of Narnia and breaks the White Witch’s wand; Eustace is transformed by Aslan back into a boy and returns to Narnia for many more adventures. Lewis’s writing “affirms that it is possible for the weak and foolish to have a noble calling in a dark world” (McGrath). However, neither of these characters changed until after

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    Literature and this World

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    Looking back on the history of the human world, one can see the evolution of the way people have expressed themselves. People have utilized things such as the following: art, music, architecture, theatre, technology, photography, and lastly, literature. But primarily focusing on the literature, the goal of this paper is to show that literature as an art can be used to glorify God. Like any art form, time has affected the way literature has been presented. Not only has the style of writing, spelling

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    The Theme of Bravery in Today's Literature

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    Chivalry, honor, bravery, and loyalty are virtues that play a major role in people’s lives. They played an even larger role in the lives of people back in medieval times. Bravery has been expressed not only in medieval times, but it has been expressed in today’s movies and literature as well. It belongs only to the truest of heart, and comes only from their self-confidence. Many battles were fought where brave heroes boldly went into the field of battle and returned victors. They fought against

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    I am writing about the book The Magician’s Nephew. It is by C.S. Lewis and it is part of the Chronicles of Narnia series. This book is about two children who go on an unexpected adventure. At the beginning of this book, a young boy, Digory, learns that he has a new neighbor next door. The new next door neighbor is a family with a daughter named Polly. One day, they are both playing in their own backyards. Digory wants to meet the new neighbor so he says hello. She says hello. They start talking but

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    Clive Staples Lewis

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    There he became a great scholar and a great writer. Before his conversion to Christianity, his books lacked depth, but after his conversion from atheism to Christianity, his greatest works were written. Some of his greatest works include The Chronicles of Narnia, The Screwtape Letters, and The Space Trilogy. The conversion of Clive Staples Lewis was constitutive for the making of his greatest Christian literary works. “With my mother’s death all settled happiness, all that was tranquil, reliable, disappeared

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    C.S. Lewis is perhaps the best known Christian writer of the twentieth century. His fiction for children and adults and his writings as an apologist for Christianity are still widely read, enjoyed and discussed. A scholar of English literature, particularly Medieval and Renaissance, he was an Oxford don and Cambridge professor and also a writer of poetry. Lewis said of his reason for writing, “I wrote the books I should have liked to read, if only I could have got them” (Faces, vii). The editors

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    I consider myself blessed to have been surrounded by books from my earliest years. An exposure to the writings of great minds was deemed an essential foundation for a good education within my family. While decent learning might have been the product, an indescribable love for the books themselves was the by-product. Often I have been asked as to what could be regarded my personal favorites. So I have decided to share my top ten books read in 2013 in this essay. My first and all-time preferred book

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    Heaven and Hell Divided in C. S. Lewis's The Great Divorce C. S. Lewis is known throughout the world for his ability to tuck theology into fantasy. He's the author of many books such as the Chronicles of Narnia, The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity. One of his less popular books, but one that he considered among his favorites, was The Great Divorce. The title refers to the separation of Heaven and Hell. Although a relatively thin book, it is packed with thought provoking

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    through. The author of the novel The Silver Chair is C.S. Lewis. The most well known novels that C.S. Lewis has written are The Chronicles of Narnia, which is made up of seven novels. This story takes place in the present time. The adventure in Narnia that these children go on takes about 12 days, however on earth it is like you had never left as time is different in Narnia. The main characters of this story are: Jill Pole, Eustace Scrubb, Puddleglum, Aslan, Prince Rilian, and The Queen of Underland

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