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C.S. Lewis: A Map of His Worlds
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C.S. Lewis: A Map of His Worlds


Wipf & Stock 2009

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.


Readers from around the world delight in the Narnia tales, the adult novels, and the sparkling Christian apologetics of C.S. Lewis. His literary criticism continues to provoke and enlighten. Here now is an excellent map of Lewis’ two worlds: his life and his imagination. In an appealing style unhampered by academic jargon, Margaret Patterson Hannay records the life of a man who progressed from arrogant dogmatism to gentleness. She concisely summarizes each of Lewis’ major works.

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Key Features

  • Provides excellent map of Lewis’ two worlds: his life and his imagination
  • Records the life of a man who progressed from arrogant dogmatism to gentleness
  • Concisely summarizes each of Lewis’ major works


  • The Inconsolable Secret: Biography
  • Further Up and Further In: Chronicles of Narnia
  • The Cord of Longing
  • A More Accurate Reading: Literary Criticism
  • Divine Sabotage: Apologetics
  • The Object of All Desires: Poems, Stories, and Letters
  • Raising the Stakes: Conclusion

Praise for the Print Edition

A superb introduction to Lewis’ life and works—thorough, reliable, insightful, and well-written.

—Peter J. Schakel, Peter C., and Emajean Cook Professor of English, Hope College

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About Margaret Patterson Hannay

Margaret Patterson Hannay is professor of English at Siena College. She has written biographies of Mary Sidney, countess of Pembroke, and of Lady Mary Wroth. She is also the editor of As Her Whimsey Takes Her: Critical Essays on Dorothy L. Sayers, and author of numerous articles on Renaissance writers.

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