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C.S. Lewis’ Normal and Not-So-Normal Life as a Student

As the cobblestone streets and hallowed halls of Oxford are beginning to fill for Michaelmas term, University students and faculty have been back to work here in North America. As I have a busy semester of teaching, I had a … Continue reading

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A Normal Day in C.S. Lewis’ Life as a Student

Though the halls of Oxford are not yet filled for Michaelmas term, University students and faculty are back to work here in North America. No doubt, students are already concerned about how much they can accomplish. As they hustle between … Continue reading

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There Will Be No More Pints with Charles: An Astonishing Eulogy by Warren Lewis

On Friday, the 70th anniversary of Charles Williams’ death, I will explore C.S. Lewis’ tribute in poetry. Williams was powerfully influential to C.S. Lewis, but he was also an important member of the Inklings. This ad hoc literary club—really a … Continue reading

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A Normal Day in C.S. Lewis’ Life as a Student

Perhaps it is an odd fascination, but I do love reading people’s diaries. Dead people of course. I don’t know what I would do with the inner thoughts of real people in my every day life. It would be absolutely … Continue reading

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