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|Named Person:||C S Lewis; Clive S Lewis|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas R Gilbert; Clyde S Kilby
|Description:||192 p. illus. 24 x 29 cm.|
|Responsibility:||[Photography by] Douglas Gilbert. [Text by] Clyde S. Kilby.|
Table of Contents:
Biography in little -- From atheist to Christian -- Images of his world -- Oxford -- The Kilns -- Cambridge -- The early years -- The land -- Afterword.
"In this award-winning volume, a professional photographer and a professor of English literature--both longtime students and admirers of C. S. Lewis--have collaborated to offer a look behind this influential twentieth-century scholar, teacher, author, critic, poet, and apologist. Though it includes a chronology of his life, this is not a biography but a personal introduction, a composite portrait of a fascinating individual, set in the world in which he lived." -Back Cover.