Tag Archives: Sarah Smith

The Heavenly Horses of C. S. Lewis: A Guest Blog by Leslie Baynes

One of the most memorable scenes in The Great Divorce, and the only one where a shade accepts grace and enters heaven, features a horse. At the end of chapter 11, the Ghost enslaved to the lizard Lust desperately desires … Continue reading

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“Sarah Smith, of Golders Green” by Hannah Eagleson

In the ongoing series on The Great Divorce we come to Sarah Smith–certainly one of the more intriguing, engaging, troubling, and freeing characters in C.S. Lewis’ fiction. In this week’s guest post, poet Hannah Eagleson gives us a glimpse into … Continue reading

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