C.S. Lewis was a man who wore many hats during his lifetime, although he is best remembered today by the general public as the author of the Chronicles of Narnia series. However, Lewis also published ground-breaking works that examined the function of allegory in medieval literature and was respected for his Christian apologetics. This site honors Lewis's life and substantial body of work, and was developed by an aficionado of his works. Visitors to the site can peruse a brief biographical sketch of Lewis, along with browsing through a bibliography of his published works. The "Related Resources" section is quite helpful, as it contains links to sites dealing with his contemporaries, including Madeleine L'Engle, G.K. Chesterton, and J.R.R. Tolkien. The multimedia section of the site is quite compelling, as it contains a large photo gallery and a selection of audio clips. The clips feature Lewis talking about the idea of Christian love, and noted thespians Anthony Quayle, Ian Richardson, and Claire Bloom reading selections from his novels.
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