Everything you need to understand or teach A Grief Observed by C. S. Lewis.
A Grief Observed is a non-fiction reflection from author and theologian C.S. Lewis on the process of grieving for his wife, who died of cancer after three years of marriage. He keeps a journal throughout the months immediately following and very candidly describes his resulting anger and bewilderment at God, his observations of his impressions of life and his world without her, and his process of moving in and out of stages of grieving and remembering her. He ultimately comes to a revolutionary redefinition of his own characterization of God, and gains the ability to live gratefully for the gift of a true love as long as he was enrolled in that particular education.
The book is divided into four sections, simply headed with Roman numerals, each a collection of excerpts from his journals documenting scattered impressions and his continuously evolving state of mind.
In the beginning...
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