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  1. C.S. Lewis (Men of Faith Series) by Catherine Swift, 1990-02
  2. Conversations with C. S. Lewis: Imaginative Discussions About Life, Christianity and God by Robert Velarde, 2008-03-27
  3. C.S. Lewis In A Time Of War by Justin Phillips, 2006-02-01
  4. C. S. Lewis on the Final Frontier: Science and the Supernatural in the Space Trilogy by Sanford Schwartz, 2009-07-02
  5. Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis - Box Set by C. S. Lewis, 2005-10-01
  6. C.S. Lewis for the Third Millennium : Six Essays on the Abolition of Man by Peter Kreeft, 1994-10
  7. C.S. Lewis: Man of Letters : A Reading of His Fiction by Thomas Howard, 1990-09
  8. C. S. Lewis as Philosopher: Truth, Goodness and Beauty
  9. Seeking the Secret Place: The Spiritual Formation of C. S. Lewis by Lyle W. Dorsett, 2004-11-01
  10. C. S. Lewis Remembered: Collected Reflections of Students, Friends and Colleagues
  11. C.S. Lewis Bible, The by C. S. Lewis, 2010-11-01
  12. C.S. Lewis: Always a Poet by Roland M. Kawano, 2004-02
  13. C. S. Lewis: Creator of Narnia by Elaine Murray Stone, 2001-09-04
  14. A Year with C. S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works by C. S. Lewis, 2003-11-01

41. Lewis, C. S.
Lewis, C. S. Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004. Read Lewis, C. S. at Questia library.
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42. Sinclair Lewis - Nobel Lecture
Sinclair Lewis Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1930.
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Nobel Lecture
Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1930
The American Fear of Literature
I wish, in this address, to consider certain trends, certain dangers, and certain high and exciting promises in present-day American literature. To discuss this with complete and unguarded frankness - and I should not insult you by being otherwise than completely honest, however indiscreet - it will be necessary for me to be a little impolite regarding certain institutions and persons of my own greatly beloved land.
But I beg of you to believe that I am in no case gratifying a grudge. Fortune has dealt with me rather too well. I have known little struggle, not much poverty, many generosities. Now and then I have, for my books or myself, been somewhat warmly denounced - there was one good pastor in California who upon reading my

43. Sinclair Lewis - Autobiography
Written for acceptance of Nobel Prize in Literature 1930.
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To recount my life for the Nobel Foundation, I would like to present it as possessing some romantic quality, some unique character, like Kipling 's early adventures in India, or Bernard Shaw
I was born in a prairie village in that most Scandinavian part of America, Minnesota, the son of a country doctor, in 1885. Until I went East to Yale University I attended the ordinary public school, along with many Madsens, Olesons, Nelsons, Hedins, Larsons. Doubtless it was because of this that I made the hero of my second book, The Trail of the Hawk , a Norwegian, and Gustaf Sondelius, of Arrowsmith , a Swede - and to me, Dr. Sondelius is the favorite among all my characters.

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45. Jerry Lewis Speaks The Truth -
Article written by Lorenzo W. Milam.
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        Jerry Lewis speaks the truth
        The veteran comedian is in trouble with the militant disabled for using words like "cripple" and "pity." They're wrong; he's right.
        By Lorenzo W. Milam Sometimes we forget that comedian Jerry Lewis started his career 50 years ago in a nightclub in New Jersey by acting like what we used to call a "retardee." He would cross his eyes, galumph about, drool and give his straight man Dean Martin a big wet kiss (on the mouth). I even remember him falling off the stage and clambering back up the steps, acting like a regular gooney bird. It's an act that he continued, in his movies, long after he'd split from Martin. It wasn't just funny it was pee-in-your-pants funny. As he has for years, Lewis continues to headline the annual telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. It's no accident that "Jerry's kids" sometimes move about not unlike the comedian of yore. The "Merck Manual of Medical Information" defines "muscular dystrophies and other myopathies" as "muscle weakness causing waddling gait, toe-walking, lordosis, frequent falls, and difficulty in standing up and climbing stairs." Sounds just like the Jerry Lewis I remember from back in the day. He is, in more ways than not, one of his beloved kids.

46. Jerry Lewis
The best Jerry Lewis sites, rated and reviewed by columnist, Barbara J. Feldman.

47. Lewis, C. S. | Define Lewis, C. S. At
Cultural Dictionary Lewis, C. S. definition A twentiethcentury British writer whose critical and theological studies include The Allegory of Love and The Screwtape Letters, c. s.?qsrc=2446

48. Leona Lewis - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Illustrated biography of the British singer from the collaborative encyclopedia.
Leona Lewis
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Leona Lewis at the 2009 American Music Awards Background information Birth name Leona Louise Lewis Born 3 April 1985
, London, England, United Kingdom Genres Pop Occupations Singer-songwriter Years active 2006–present Labels Syco J Website Leona Louise Lewis (born 3 April 1985) is a British pop and singer–songwriter . Lewis rose to fame during the third series of the British television series The X Factor , which she won. Lewis has become a multi-platinum selling artist and three time Grammy Award nominee. She was proclaimed 'Top New Artist' by Billboard magazine in 2008. Lewis has released two albums to date, Spirit and Echo , in 2007 and 2009 respectively. Spirit became the fastest-selling debut album and the biggest seller of 2007 in both the United Kingdom and Ireland , and made Lewis the first British solo artist to top the Billboard 200 with a debut album. It has sold over 6.5 million copies worldwide. Lewis's debut single " A Moment Like This " became the fastest selling UK single after being downloaded over 50,000 times within thirty minutes of its release. Her second single, "

49. Lewis, C. S.
Like Main Street, by Lewis, Discarded Image An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Literature, by Lewis, Arrowsmith, by Lewis, Surprised by Joy The Shape of My Early

50. LEONA LEWIS • Your Source For Everything Leona • Happy • Echo
Fan site for the UK X Factor winner, containing news, photographs and videos.
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Leona Lewis is one busy lady. In just one day she managed to cram in her InStyle cover shoot, a lunch meeting and a late night recording session. Not only that, she had to be up at 7am the next day to fly out to LA. However despite her gruelling schedule Leona proved herself to be adorable, good fun and a very dedicated vegetarian.
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  • 51. Into The Wardrobe - A C. S. Lewis Web Site :: Biography
    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
    See also: A Modest Literary Biography by Dr. Bruce Edwards Born Clive Staples Lewis November 29 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to Albert James Lewis (1863-1929) and Flora Augusta Hamilton Lewis (1862-1908). His brother, Warren Hamilton Lewis had been born on June 16, 1895.
    The Lewis family moved to their new home, "Little Lea," on the outskirts of Belfast.
    Mother died of cancer on August 23, Albert Lewis' (her husband's) birthday; C. S. Lewis (nicknamed "Jack") and Warren sent to Wynyard School in England.
    Attends Campbell College Belfast for one term due to serious respiratory difficulties.
    Studied at Cherbourg School, Malvern England, following Warren; remained remarkably poor in mathematics, unlike his mother, but evidenced an increasing affection for "Northernness" e.g. Wagner's music and Norse mythology. It was during this time that he abandoned his childhood Christian faith.
    In April, Lewis met Arthur Greeves (1895-1966), of whom he said, in 1933, "After my brother, my oldest and most intimate friend." Extensive literary and philosophical studies (Latin, Greek, French, German, and Italian) under the private tuition of W. T. Kirkpatrick ("The Great Knock").

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    53. Lewis, C.S. Summary |
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    54. Edmonia Lewis Biography
    Includes biographical sketch.
    Edmonia Lewis
    NAME: Mary Edmonia Lewis DATE OF BIRTH: Edmonia's birth is unknown. Different accounts state she was born in 1840, 1844 or 1845. At one point, she claimed she was born in 1854. She said her given name was "Wild Fire" by her mother, a Chippewa Indian. (Edmonia began and perpetuated many of the myths surrounding her own origins.) PLACE OF BIRTH: Historians are unclear of her birthplace. She claimed to be born in Greenbrush, New York, near Albany, but she also said in another account that she was born in Greenhigh, Ohio. One researcher suggests she was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1844 to middle-class immigrants from the West Indies. FAMILY BACKGROUND: In a March 1866 interview, published in the London Edmonia had an older brother, Samuel W. Lewis, whom she claimed his given name was "Sunrise." He was 12 years older than she and had gone west for the Gold Rush, accruing wealth through real-estate investments and becoming a prominent citizen of Bozeman, Montana. His account differs from hers, saying he assumed Edmonia's guardianship after the parents died. Another note is that it wasn't until 1864 that the first recorded mention of Edmonia's heritage appeared, through an interview-article by Lydia Maria Child in her abolitionist newspaper

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    56. Lewis Carroll - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Offers a biography and links.
    Lewis Carroll
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article's citation style may be unclear . The references used may be made clearer with a different or consistent style of citation footnoting , or external linking (September 2009) Charles Lutwidge Dodgson Born 27 January 1832
    Cheshire , England Died
    , Surrey, England Pen name Lewis Carroll Occupation Author, mathematician Anglican clergyman, photographer Nationality British Genres Children's literature fantasy literature , poetry, literary nonsense Notable work(s) Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking-Glass The Hunting of the Snark Jabberwocky Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (pronounced /ˈdɒdsən/ DOD -sən ; 27 January 1832 – 14 January 1898), better known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll /ˈkærəl/ KA -rəl ), was an English author, mathematician logician Anglican deacon and photographer . His most famous writings are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass , as well as the poems " The Hunting of the Snark " and " Jabberwocky ", all examples of the genre of

    57. C. S. Lewis: The Creator Of Narnia - Biography —
    C. S. Lewis biography from early days to final years. C. S. Lewis, or Jack Lewis, as he preferred to be called, was born in Belfast, Ireland (now Northern Ireland) on November 29
    C. S. Lewis: The Creator of Narnia - Biography
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    C. S. Lewis, or Jack Lewis, as he preferred to be called, was born in Belfast, Ireland (now Northern Ireland) on November 29, 1898. He was the second son of Albert Lewis, a lawyer, and Flora Hamilton Lewis. His older brother, Warren Hamilton Lewis, who was known as Warnie, had been born three years earlier in 1895.
    Early Days
    Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson and The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
    A Painful Loss
    This somewhat idyllic boyhood came to an end for Lewis when his mother became ill and died of cancer in 1908. Barely a month after her death the two boys were sent away from home to go to boarding school in England. Lewis hated the school, with its strict rules and hard, unsympathetic headmaster, and he missed Belfast terribly. Fortunately for him, the school closed in 1910, and he was able to return to Ireland.

    58. Lewis Carroll 1998 - Centenari De La Mort De Lewis Carroll
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    59. The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader
    Return to the magic and wonder of C.S. Lewis' beloved world via the fantastic Narnian ship, the Dawn Treader. In this new installment of the blockbuster The Chronicles of Narnia
    Narnia - Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Official Website
    In theatres 15th December 2010 Return to the magic and wonder of C.S. Lewis' beloved world - via the fantastic Narnian ship, the Dawn Treader. In this new installment of the blockbuster "The Chronicles of Narnia" motion picture franchise, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, along with their cousin Eustace and their royal friend King Caspian, find themselves swallowed into a painting and on to the Dawn Treader. As they embark on an incredible adventure of destiny and discovery, they confront obstacles beyond imagination.
    Release Date Genre
    The 3rd film in the Chronicles of Narnia collection
    20th Century Fox/Fox Walden.
    Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, Ben Barnes
    Screenplay By
    Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely Richard LaGravenese Michael Petroni based upon the novel by C.S. Lewis
    Directed By
    Michael Apted
    Produced By
    Mark Johnson, Andrew Adamson, Philip Steuer
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    60. Lewis County, Washington - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    Lewis County, Washington
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Lewis County Washington
    Location in the state of Washington
    Washington's location in the U.S. Founded December 19, 1845 Seat Chehalis Area

    Website Lewis County is a county located in the U.S. state of Washington . As of 2000, the population was 68,600. The county seat is at Chehalis , and its largest city is Centralia The county is named after Meriwether Lewis . Lewis County is known for sharing many characteristics with eastern Washington instead of western Washington, where it is located, especially politically. Lewis County was created on December 19, 1845, by the provisional government of Oregon Territory

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