Perelandra Characters

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Narrator (Lewis?)

The narrator is apparently the auther, C.S. Lewis, as Dr. Ransom calls him by name in chapter two. He battles all sorts of demons enroute to Dr. Ransom's home. Some of the demons may be only in his head. We never really are told which are real and which are in his imagination. However, when he gets to Ransom's house, Ransom tells him he knew they would try to stop him. The narrator resists getting involved at first, but finally admits he has no other choice. He sends Dr. Ransom off on his journey, and is then contacted by the eldila when Ransom returns to earth. He and Ransom spend hours discussing language, evil, destiny, and other philosophical notions. They are both involved in academia and enjoy challenging each other. However, in this area Ransom is getting involved in, the narrator wants no part.

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