C.S. Lewis Letters to Children
Publish date: January 13th 1985
Pages no: 120
Edition language: English
Thoroughly enjoyable -- though not, perhaps, very illuminating for people who have already thought about the Narnia books a lot. Still, definitely very worthwhile!It would have been even better (IMO) if it had been possible to include the children's letters to Lewis. You still got a great sense of d...
I thoroughly enjoyed this slight volume. The intimate and mundane details of Lewis' life are fascinating to me, and it is always helpful to see how others write letters. I'm afraid my letters are rather pedestrian. I highly recommend this book!
Another classic by Lewis. In reading his answers to children's letters, you can see more about the development and purpose of the Narnian world--and the best ways an adult author should answer a child's questions about literature.
Wonderful book, with plenty of neat details and facts, esp. about his Narnia series.Excerpts: 22 January 1977Dear Martin,The books don't tell us what happened to Susan. She is left alive in this world at the end, having by then turned into a rather...
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