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  1. The Complete C.S. Lewis Signature Classics by C. S. Lewis, 2002-11-01
  2. C.S. Lewis: Readings for Meditation and Reflection by C. S. Lewis, 1996-02-09
  3. The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis, 2009-03-01
  4. Miracles by C. S. Lewis, 2001-02
  5. The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis, 2001-02
  6. A Year with C. S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works by C. S. Lewis, 2003-11-01
  7. The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis, 1991-11-07
  8. Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03-01
  9. C. S.Lewis Signature Classics: Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, A Grief Observed, The Problem of Pain, Miracles, and The Great Divorce (Boxed Set) by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03-01
  10. The Weight of Glory by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03
  11. The Last Battle (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 7) by C. S. Lewis, 2000-09-30
  12. C.S. Lewis Bible, The by C. S. Lewis, 2010-11-01
  13. Out of the Silent Planet (Space Trilogy, Book One) by C.S. Lewis, 2003-03-04
  14. Spirits In Bondage by C. S. Lewis, 2010-05-23

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2. C. S. Lewis Foundation - Living The Legacy Of C.S. Lewis
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3. C. S. Lewis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 – 22 November 1963), commonly referred to as C. S. Lewis and known to his friends and family as Jack, was an Irishborn British novelist
C. S. Lewis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search C. S. Lewis Born Clive Staples Lewis
29 November 1898
Ireland Died 22 November 1963
England Occupation Novelist, scholar, broadcaster Genres Fantasy science fiction Christian apologetics children's literature Notable work(s) The Chronicles of Narnia
Mere Christianity

The Allegory of Love

The Screwtape Letters
Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life
Signature Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 – 22 November 1963), commonly referred to as and known to his friends and family as Jack , was an Irish-born British novelist, academic, medievalist , literary critic, essayist, lay theologian and Christian apologist . He is also known for his fiction, especially The Screwtape Letters The Chronicles of Narnia and The Space Trilogy Lewis was a close friend of J. R. R. Tolkien , and both authors were leading figures in the English faculty at Oxford University and in the informal Oxford literary group known as the " Inklings ". According to his memoir Surprised by Joy , Lewis had been baptised in the Church of Ireland at birth, but fell away from his faith during his adolescence. Owing to the influence of Tolkien and other friends, at the age of 32 Lewis returned to Christianity, becoming "a very ordinary layman of the

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C.S.Lewis was the author of dozens of books in many different genres—literary criticism, children’s stories, adult fantasies and novels, poetry, Christian apologetics (as allegory, autobiography, and broadcast). Probably best known as the creator of Narnia, a series of children’s fantasy books, he is also one of the abler writers of the essay in the 20th century. Moreover, the distinctive Lewis style is consistent in occasional talks, apologetics, and literary criticism so that his work stands out among others’ academic efforts.
Such crisp judgment is typical of Lewis, whose conviction about the rightness of his own point of view annoys many—as does Chesterton’s. The two also share a delight in polemical argument, classical training, an extraordinary range of reading, and a relish of the good life, especially male company and friendship, and of many particularities of sense experience described with pleasure.
The Four Loves (1960) originated as radio talks in America. This late effort includes six chapters: “Introduction,” “Likings and Loves for the Sub-Human,” “Affection,” “Friendship,” “Eros,” “Charity.” As always there are clear definitions, often setting one view against another, and vivid parables; there is also a greater intensity of personal feeling and understanding, reflecting Lewis’ late, brief marriage. The second chapter includes a long logical, systematic, and balanced consideration which could be considered a separate essay. As always, Lewis combines relaxed conversation with a careful progression of points to reach a conclusion stated with great conviction, having been presented with countless ordinary details and many references to literature and theology, and to Western culture.

5. LEWIS Surname DNA Project

Created to develop a collection of various Lewis family groups who descend from the same male Lewis ancestor.
LEWIS Surname DNA Project
The LEWIS Surname DNA Project was created to develop a collection of various Lewis family groups who descend from the same male Lewis ancestor. DNA analysis provides a tool for identifying participants who share a common male ancestor; and, when used in unison with documented Lewis pedigrees, can also aid in establishing links between Lewis groups who previously were thought to be unrelated. Because many Lewis surname researchers have exhausted traditional genealogy research methods without identifying their elusive Lewis ancestor, this project combines genetics and genealogy in an effort to break through the proverbial "brick wall". Much useful information on the application of DNA analysis to genealogy research can be found through the DNA Resources page.
PARTICIPATION: Since males are the exclusive carriers of the Y-chromosome, which passes down through the generations to the common ancestor's lineal male descendants, only males with the Lewis surname will be tested for this project. However, a female also can benefit from the DNA technology by having a brother, father, uncle, grandfather, nephew or cousin with the Lewis surname participate in the Lewis DNA Project. FTDNA has given the LEWIS project a discounted price of $99.00 for a Y-DNA12 test, $124. for 25 markers or $148.00 for a Y-DNA37 test. If the 12-marker test is chosen, it can always be upgraded later to the Y-DNA37 test for $99 to identify the additional 25 markers. However, it is highly recommended that you choose at least 25 markers to start with. The Y-DNA37 and DNA67 tests are particularly useful in genealogy research since this knowledge can greatly reduce the number of possible generations between the participants and their Most Recent Common Ancestor (MRCA). We recommend the Y-DNA37 test because matching results with this test offer a significantly greater probability that the MRCA lived at a time when the Lewis surname was in use and paper documentation existed.

6. C.S. Lewis Classics ::: Homepage
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7. CHBC Library: Listings By Topic: Lewis, C.S.
920 Lew Lindskoog, Kathryn Ann C.S. Lewis Mere Christianity Regal, c1973 Subject Lewis, C.S. Subject Apologetics
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For Ford, Paul F. Companion to Narnia Collier, c1986 Subject: Lewis, C.S. Subject: Chronicles of Narnia Lew Lewis, C.S. Letters to an American lady Eerdmans, c1967 Subject: Lewis, C.S. AT Lew Lewis, C. S. Mere Christianity Harper Audio, c2001 Subject: Apologetics 20th century Subject: Lewis, C. S. Lew Lewis, C. S. Mere Christianity MacMillan, c1943,1945,1952 Subject: Apologetics 20th century Subject: Lewis, C. S. Processed 5 entries at Sat Sep 30 14:49:36 2006. Comments? Suggestions? Contact the CHBC Web Team

8. C.S. Lewis And Public Life
Some CS Lewis works in the public domain, articles about Lewis and his works, and The Lewis Legacy Online journal.

9. Into The Wardrobe - A C. S. Lewis Web Site
A comprehensive C. S. Lewis site that includes a daily quote, photographs, illustrations, academic papers, discussion forums, audio files, complete lists of literary works, and
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Into the Wardrobe
Quotation for Wednesday, November 3, 2010 Prosperity knits a man to the world. He feels he is 'finding his place in it,' while really it is finding its place in him.
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W ELCOME TO Into the Wardrobe ! I am delighted to have been asked by John, the creator of this excellent web site, to write a few words of introduction. For those who have no idea about C. S. Lewis and his work, and are just looking for a fun site, there is plenty to investigate and enjoy right here, and what you find here may well lead you into years of enjoyable reading as you discover the existence of one of the finest writers of this century, and find out about his books. On the other hand, for those who are already fascinated by Jack (C. S. Lewis' nickname) and his "Narnian Chronicles", or other works, and want to know more about him and his world, you can almost be there yourself by wandering through this site's various links. There is much here of worth to the serious scholar too, and if you are about to embark on a paper about Jack or his works I heartily recommend this site as a research source. Very best wishes to you, no matter who you are or what your reason for being here. I hope you enjoy your time inside this very large wardrobe.

10. Educational Paperback Association
Lewis, C.S. November 29, 1898 November 24, 1963 Author SOURCE CITATION C(live) S(taples) Lewis. Major Authors and Illustrators for Children

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Al Lewis Al Lewis was born on April 30, 1910, in Brooklyn, New York, to parents of Polish and German descent. Lewis attended Thomas Jefferson High School. Not quite sure what he wanted to do with his life, he tried a Number of professions including salesman, waiter, owner of a poolroom, and store detective. In the late 1920s, he worked as a circus clown, riding a unicycle and performing stunts on the trapeze bar. Later, Lewis taught school and wrote two children's books. Lewis received a Ph.D. in child psychology from Columbia University at age thirty-one. He has read almost a book a day since he was eleven, he says. In 1949, at the suggestion of a friend, Lewis turned to acting and joined the Paul Mann Actor's Workshop in New York. There, with classmates Sidney Poitier and Vic Morrow, he developed a comedic style and a showcase for his commendable dramatic talent. Lewis worked in burlesque and vaudeville theaters across the country, which led to other theater endeavors and eventually to Broadway. He made New York his home base but traveled extensively and settled in Italy for a short period. By the 1950's television was booming, and Lewis took advantage of the medium. He was seen, if not heard, on almost every live show out of New York.

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13. Lewis Family Of Alabama - Family Tree
Ancestral tree as compiled by Tony Lewis.

14. C.S. Lewis: Biography From
Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples Lewis, 1898–1963), British author, scholar, and popular theologian. Lewis and his older brother Warren, sons of a Belfast solicitor, enjoyed a
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  • Born: 29 November 1898 Birthplace: Belfast, Northern Ireland Died: 22 November 1963 (natural causes) Best Known As: Author of The Chronicles of Narnia
Name at birth: Clive Staples Lewis C.S. Lewis was a high-powered Oxford and Cambridge professor and one of the 20th century's most famous converts to Christianity. An atheist from boyhood, he converted at age 33 and devoted much of the rest of his life to writing about faith. His series of allegorical books known as The Chronicles of Narnia remains especially popular with children. ( The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe , the first book of the seven in the Narnia series, was published in 1950; The Last Battle , the final book, was published in 1956.) Lewis taught at Magdalen College, Oxford, from 1925-1954, when he moved to Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he remained until 1963. Lewis and his close friend J.R.R. Tolkien

15. Royal Books | Lewis, C S | The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe First UK Edition
London Geoffrey Bles, 1950 1950 First Edition Hardcover First UK Edition and correct first, first printing, Very Good in original green cloth A tight, clean copy Binding very
Lewis, C.S. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (First UK Edition) London: Geoffrey Bles, 1950. Hardcover. First UK Edition (and correct first), first printing, Very Good in original green cloth. A tight, clean copy. Binding very slightly cocked, sunning to spine and board edges, outer corners bumped, light soil to boards, tiny dent to top page edges. Silver spine stamping still completely intact, pages quite clean, no internal markings. The first book in Lewis' now-legendary Narnia series, basis for the 2005 film. [Book #77903] Price: View full size image See all items in Literature (LT)
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Lewis, C. S. Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 €“ 22 November 1963), commonly referred to as C. S. Lewis and known to his friends and family as Jack, was an Irishborn

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