C(live) S(taples) Lewis Biography

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Dictionary of Literary Biography on C(live) S(taples) Lewis

Although C. S. Lewis published, as Peter J. Kreeft notes in his C. S. Lewis: A Critical Essay, "some sixty first-quality works of literary history, literary criticism, theology, philosophy, autobiography, Biblical studies, sermons, formal and informal essays, a spiritual diary, [and] short stories," as well as poetry, of particular interest to readers of fantasy and science fiction are Lewis's novels, which combine those elements with allegory, myth, romance, and satire. A professor who won awards for his academic work and received five honorary doctorates in England and France, Lewis was a gregarious man, known for his love of tobacco and alcohol. His biographer A. N. Wilson says that "his jolly, red, honest face was that of an intellectual bruiser"; his earlier biographers Roger Lancelyn Green and Walter Hooper write of his appearance at lectures: "There strode in a big man with shabby clothes, looking like...

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