C.S. Lewis is the author of The Chronicles of Narnia, among other things, and probably spins in his grave almost as much as his friend J.R.R. Tolkien these days (see DoDAEG).

The movie Shadowlands is a biography of his life with his wife Joy. It follows their story from their first meeting to her illness and death.


The Pilgrim's RegressEdit

The Ransom TrilogyEdit

  • Out of the Silent Planet
  • Perelandra
  • That Hideous Strength

The Screwtape LettersEdit

The Screwtape Letters is a book written by C.S. Lewis, consisting of letters written by a senior devil to a junior. These letters contain advice on how to tempt a human so as to secure its soul. It is succeeded by Screwtape Proposes a Toast.

The Great DivorceEdit

The Great Divorce is a classic work by C.S. Lewis in which souls from Hell go on a trip to Heaven and are invited to stay. The story goes into why most of them chose to go back to Hell.

Lewis made it abundantly clear that his depictions of Heaven and Hell were purely illustrative and not a claim to revelation.

The Chronicles of NarniaEdit

Main article: The Chronicles of Narnia
  • The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
  • Prince Caspian
  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
  • The Silver Chair
  • The Horse and his Boy
  • The Magician's Nephew
  • The Last Battle

Till We Have FacesEdit

Till We Have Faces is is basically a retelling of Cupid and Psyche from her eldest sister Orual's point of view, as she makes a complaint against the gods. She realizes how hollow her complaint is when she is made to hear what she really means.

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