Out of the Silent Planet Essay | The Silent Planet Talks

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The Silent Planet Talks

Summary: Provides a book review of "Out of the Silent Planet" by C.S. Lewis.
C. S. Lewis combined fantasy and a gripping revelation of our human nature in Out of the Silent Planet. The fictional story provides the reader with constant entertainment while addressing some of the unrecognized evils of our society. I personally enjoyed the book, due to the colorful mental pictures that the plot and detail induce. The novel forces you to ponder how you would act in the situations that the characters experience throughout the narrative. This book is yet again a proving ground for Mr. Lewis, and he came out of the fray on top. His mastery as a writer and ingenuity as a tale weaver are once again established through this novel.

In the book, the main characters meet by accident and are instantly taken for the ride of their lives. Ransom, the narrator of the story, is drugged by Devine and Weston; and then...

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