The Screwtape Letters Summary
C. S. Lewis

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The Screwtape Letters Overview

The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis is about the humorous correspondence between Screwtape and his nephew Wormwood. Screwtape, a senior devil, attempts to teach Wormwood how to tempt a particular man, who was recently converted to Christianity, to go from Heaven to Hell. Wormwood consistently fails and Screwtape becomes increasingly agitated with him. Screwtape shows Lewis’ intent of this cautionary tale by boasting that Hell will be filled with ordinary people through such means as materialism, worldliness, and corruption.

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