Charles Dickens Essay | C. S. Lewis vs. Charles Dickens

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C. S. Lewis vs. Charles Dickens

Summary: Compares authors C.S. Lewis and Charles Dickens. Examines the works and lives of both men. Promotes Lewis as the better of the two based on his works and personal history.
"Inside the mind of a man

A mystical union took place

Between Christianity and literary imagination

Done with probable unique perfection

Distant lands and distant planets

Seduced our thoughts in long guarded places

Bringing in its hidden glory

An old and new unforgettable story

It was no parceled dull article that we were offered

Only an old antique that was newly polished

So that we saw the thing in its proper glory

The renewed glamour to the original story

The creed is the masculine, the literary feminine

Each intertwined and needing each other

As it was in the beginning and is forever

And all the Shadowlands reflect its true author"

Clive Staples Lewis is the author warmly remembered by this rhyme. When Paul Birgin wrote this ode in memory of the unforgettable writer, he took into consideration how C. S. Lewis expanded the breadth...

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