Boxen: the imaginary world of the young C.S. Lewis, Volume 1985, Part 2

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Collins, 1985 - Fiction - 206 pages
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A collection of maps, histories, sketches, and stories created by C.S. Lewis as a child to describe his private fantasy world, known as Animal-Land or Boxen. A scholarly introduction explains the stories in the context of Lewis's life.

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Review: Boxen: The Imaginary World of the Young CS Lewis

User Review  - AE Shaw - Goodreads

A beautiful edition, with scans of a great deal of pictures and maps, many of which I enjoyed as much as, if not more than, the actual content. The stories themselves feel very much like a private ... Read full review

Review: Boxen: The Imaginary World of the Young CS Lewis

User Review  - Madeline Stone - Goodreads

I've been wanting to read Boxen for a long time, to get inside Lewis's head and see what he was like as a kid, which is why I read (or at least read part of) Boxen. It is written in the style of a ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Walter Hooper
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The Boxen Manuscripts
21
BOXEN
59
Copyright

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