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Good Books On C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Their FriendsMany fans are aware that C. Lewis and J. Tolkien were close friends who had a great deal in common. Tolkien helped return Lewis to the Christianity of his youth, whereas Lewis encouraged Tolkien to expand his fictional writing; both taught at Oxford and were members of the same literary group, both were interested in literature, myth, and language, and both wrote fictional books which propagated basic Christian themes and principles. At the same time, though, they also had serious disagreements--in particular, over the quality of Lewis' Narnia books--especially where the religious elements were concerned.
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How C.S. Lewis Helped Encourage Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings'
Harcourt Brace. SHARE tweet link email print. As a boy, Lewis was fascinated with anthropomorphic animals; he fell in love with Beatrix Potter 's stories and often wrote and illustrated his own animal stories. Sleuthing C.These two facts are the foundation of all clear thinking about ourselves and the universe we live in. Project Gutenberg. Brother. It spurred him on?
Furthermore, for the earth-tremor of Deep Story, detracting from the whole. Tol,ien 7 March ? Tolkien and Lewis shared the belief that through myth and legend-for centuries the mode many cultures had used to communicate their deepest truths-a taste of the Christian gospel's "True Myth" could be smuggled past the barriers and biases of secularized readers. Tolkien revived in us an appetite for myth.
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Lewis and the Gender DebatesMary Stewart Van Leeuwen finds in Lewis's work "a hierarchical and essentialist view of class and gender" corresponding to an upbringing during the Edwardian era. Lutterworth Press. Lewis Institute. His illness caused him to miss the autumn term at Cambridge, though his health aboout began improving in and he returned that April. Secondly, that they do not in fact behave in that way.
O ur world would be poorer without two other worlds: Narnia and Middle-earth. Yet if two young professors had not met at an otherwise ordinary Oxford faculty meeting in , those wondrous lands would still be unknown to us. British author Colin Duriez, who wrote the article "Tollers and Jack" in issue 78 of Christian History , explains why this is so in his forthcoming book Tolkien and C. Lewis: The Gift of Friendship. Duriez tells the story of how these two brilliant authors met, discovered their common love for mythical tales, and pledged to bring such stories into the mainstream of public reading taste.
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As I delved into what he had written I was amazed and impressed at both the clarity of his ideas as well as his depth of expression about language, for example. The serendipity, soon to be spiritual, meaning and communicati. I know that he was an avid communicator via postal letters? Lewis's brother had enrolled there three years previously.