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Into the Wardrobe - a C. S. Lewis web site

Into the Wardrobe - a C. S. Lewis web site

Samizdat Paul Gosselin Ami intime de JRR Tolkien (auteur bien connu du "Hobbit" et du "Seigneur des Anneaux"), ils fréquentaient ensemble une société littéraire qui s'appelait les "Inklings". On y lut pour la première fois les romans de Lewis, Tolkien et de Charles Williams. Généralement, ils se rencontraient au pub "Eagle and Child" à Oxford et les discussions avaient lieu autour — d'une bière. Les romans de C. l'imagination rarement égalé. C. Les livres de Lewis ont été vendus, au niveau mondial, à plus de 200 millions d'exemplaires. Peu de gens savent que C.S. Liste de titres traduits en français Surpris par la joie. La trilogie cosmique: Le silence de la terre ; Voyage à Venus ; Cette hideuse puissance. traduit de l'anglais par Maurice Le Pichoux L'Age d'homme Lausanne 615 p. Le problème de la souffrance. Tactique du diable. Être ou ne pas être : le christianisme est-il facile ou difficile? Apprendre la mort. Un visage pour l'éternité: un mythe réinterprété. Les chroniques de Narnia

Books Which Influenced C.S. Lewis Writers Who Influenced His Philosophy and Faith C.S. Lewis was an avid reader. It can be assumed that the Holy Scriptures would have been the single most important book to Lewis, although he did not include this self-evident text on his list. Many of the works which Lewis cited as the ten most influential in his professional and philosophical life, are available in electronic versions on the internet. 1. In Lewis' final interview, conducted for Decision magazine by editor Sherwood Wirt, he reiterated that The Everlasting Man significantly influenced his faith. The C.S. Following Lewis' lead, these authors are well worth reading... however, it is the opinion of the host of C.S. Return to C.S.

C.S. Lewis Institute C. S. Lewis The Space Trilogy The Space Trilogy or Cosmic Trilogy[a] is a series of science fiction novels by C. S. Lewis, famous for his later series The Chronicles of Narnia. A philologist named Elwin Ransom is the hero of the first two novels and an important character in the third. Contents[edit] Summary[edit] The books in the trilogy are: Out of the Silent Planet (1938), set mostly on Mars (Malacandra). In 1946, the publishing house Avon (now an imprint of HarperCollins) published a version of That Hideous Strength specially abridged by C. Publication history[edit] Lewis, C.S. The Dark Tower[edit] Influences and approach[edit] Lewis stated in a letter to Roger Lancelyn Green:[2] What immediately spurred me to write was Olaf Stapledon's Last and First Men … and an essay in J.B.S. Setting[edit] Ransom[edit] In the following books, however, this is unaccountably dropped and it is made clear that Ransom is the character's true name. Cosmology[edit] The solar system ("Field of Arbol") with Old Solar names used in the trilogy

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