As one of the most creative intellectuals of the twentieth century, C.S. Lewis transcended all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries. A world-renowned scholar of medieval literature at Oxford and Cambridge universities, he wrote and lectured in a clear, direct language that all people could fully understand. Lewis believed that his sharp mind and rich imagination were to be disciplined by a sense of responsibility to the wider world. This volume demonstrates why, two generations after his death, Lewis continues to be numbered among our bestselling authors and most influential thinkers.
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