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C.S. Lewis was True to Himself

August 26th, 2009 | 2 min read

By Jeremy Mann

In 1954, C.S. Lewis was asked by the Milton Society of America to comment on his own life’s work. In his statement, Lewis insists that the explanation for such a span of genres, topics, and formats is found in the development of his own personality:

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Literature