The pilgrim's regress: an allegorical apology for Christianity, reason, and romanticism
The first book written by Lewis after his conversion, this is, in a sense, the record of Lewis' own search for meaning and spiritual satisfaction--a search that eventually led him to Christianity. "Stands favorable comparison with its great model by John Bunyan".--Chicago Tribune.
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Review: Pilgrim's RegressUser Review - Braktheitalian - Goodreads
Very dry. Reading this book after becoming accustomed to Lewis' characteristic insight and proverbial brevity was a jarring step backwards. I can respect it as an early work. I can see the seeds of developing style. But it's hard to digest mere seeds. Read full review
Review: The Pilgrim's RegressUser Review - MJ - Goodreads
It is always disappointing to read a book by a favorite author that disappoints. In this case, there are clear reasons why it does so, some of them outlined in the Afterword to this, the 1943 edition ... Read full review