C. S. Lewis by John Lawlor audiobook

C. S. Lewis: Memories and Reflections

By John Lawlor
Foreword by Walter Hooper
Read by Bernard Mayes

Blackstone Publishing 9781890626082
4.67 Hours Unabridged
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From his rare vantage point as Lewis’ student, friend, and professional colleague, Professor John Lawlor recalls Lewis “in his habit as he lived.” He offers an unforgettable account of studying under Lewis and an enchanting depiction of undergraduate life at Oxford between the wars. To round out his picture, Professor Lawlor draws on recollections of other associates of Lewis, including J.R.R. Tolkien. These sketches are complimented by an exposition of Lewis’ science fiction and his Chronicles of Narnia, as well as an assessment of Lewis’ neglected notion of “happiness” and its links with nineteenth-century English romanticism. Professor Lawlor concludes with his own summarizing understanding of this complex man.

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Summary

Summary

From his rare vantage point as Lewis’ student, friend, and professional colleague, Professor John Lawlor recalls Lewis “in his habit as he lived.” He offers an unforgettable account of studying under Lewis and an enchanting depiction of undergraduate life at Oxford between the wars. To round out his picture, Professor Lawlor draws on recollections of other associates of Lewis, including J.R.R. Tolkien.

These sketches are complimented by an exposition of Lewis’ science fiction and his Chronicles of Narnia, as well as an assessment of Lewis’ neglected notion of “happiness” and its links with nineteenth-century English romanticism. Professor Lawlor concludes with his own summarizing understanding of this complex man.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Followers of C.S. Lewis’ work will gain insight into a dedicated thinker’s lifestyle, writings, and achievements.” Audiofile
“A welcome addition to Lewis biography.” Library Journal
“Lawlor…offers insights into Lewis’ personality and little-known details about already-known incidents through this memoir of his friendship with Lewis.” Library Journal

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Biography & Autobiography
Runtime: 4.67
Audience: Adult
Language: English