Boxen: the imaginary world of the young C.S. Lewis, Volume 1985, Part 2
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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Introduction by Walter Hooper
The Boxen Manuscripts
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Animal-Land annoyed Benjamin Big's bird boat Bosphorus Boxen Boxonian boys Bublish C.S. Lewis called Cannon-Town captain CHAPTER Chess Chessary Chessmen Chutney Clique Colonel Chutney Commodore Cottle cried Curtain Damerfesk Danphabel dear deck door dorimie Encyclopedia entered Flaxman Fortescue frog Glohenman gollywog Greyhound gunboat Hacom Hawki hock-brown Hogge icthus-oress Indian island Jack James Bar Johannus King Benjamin king bunny King Mouse King's Ring later Lewis little bear Little Master Little-Master Little-Master's look Lord Big m'lord Macgoullah Majesties Malvern College morning Mouse-land Murry night Notebook Ojimywania Oliver Vant palace parrot paymaster pinnace Piscia Polonius Green Pongee Pongeein Prussian Quicksteppe Quinkle Rajah reform reign rose sailor saloon ship sir big sir goose Sir Peter Mouse stood stories Surprised by Joy Than-Kyu things Thrush Tracity vessel Viscount Puddiphat voyague walked Warnie Wilkins