C.S. Lewis: A Biography
C.S. Lewis, a man of varying talents, is remembered for his radio broadcasts and books reaching millions worldwide. This revised biography, created with full access to family papers and personal documents, is written by two men who knew Lewis well. An immensely readable record of Lewis's personal and intellectual life, it includes new information and photographs.
OXFORD THE WAR AND AFTER
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In Defence of Fantasy: A Study of the Genre in English and American ...
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The Sense of Vocation: A Study of Career and Life Development
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