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It is his glory that he did not move with the times; it is his reward that

he now remains when those times, as all times do, have moved away.

–– C. S. Lewis on St Athanasius,  

“On the reading of old books (1944)




new »»   A History of C. S. Lewis’s Collected Shorter Writings   «« new

1939-2000, with a 2015 postscript

“I still hope that Lewis’s shorter writings will one day receive the definitive,

comprehensive and lovingly attentive treatment they deserve.”

C. S. Lewis in Poet’s Corner: Rowan Williams’s Address

Westminster Abbey, London, 22 November 2013

Lewis’s interest in words and what they tell us about humanity, is one
reason ... to remember today the fact that we honour him in Poet’s Corner.

Critical Notes on Alister McGrath’s biography of C. S. Lewis

Appendix to a review in Journal of Inklings Studies, April 2014

“Aslan is not a tame lion, and we may doubt McGrath has succeeded in taming Lewis.”

The Writings of Joy Davidman Lewis (1915-1960)

By Paul Leopold. The Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society, February 1983

The courage so celebrated in her writings appears to have been really hers”

The Anscombe Affair

A presentation of primary sources

A Summary of The Abolition of Man

Followed by a Brief Summary

How Heathen was Britain...

...while C. S. Lewis was “transmitting Christianity”?

“Nothing which was not in the teachers can flow from them into the pupils”

J. B. S. Haldane on C. S. Lewis

As Lewis has completed his science fiction trilogy, a great scientist hits back

“His arguments seem to me to include many which definitely muddy the stream of human thought

George Orwell on That Hideous Strength

review in Manchester Evening News, 16 August 1945

“We are within sight of the time when such dreams will be realisable”

Ayn Rand on The Abolition of Man

her private (yet published) marginalia

“The ‘rational’ to him is blind faith! ... The abysmal scum!”

Mary Midgley on C. S. Lewis

 A moral philosophers opinion and reminiscences of CSL, as given in a private correspondence

“Like good wine, he improves with time”

Sweetly poisonous in a welcome way: Reflections on a Definitive Biography

On A. N. Wilson’s biography of C. S. Lewis

“Wild ideas about Lewis may not only be studied by Wilson but in Wilson.”

*  with a Postscript (2009)  *

Alastair Fowler on C. S. Lewis

Yale Review, October 2003

“Of course he was bookish; hang it, he tutored in literature”

A valuable addition to Studies in Words

Logan Pearsall Smith’s essay Four Romantic Words” (1925)

Gollancz Memorial Prize 1937

CSL’s prizemanship reveals a cultural and scientific cornucopia

Mere Christianity

The source of this phrase now fully disclosed

“And now Sir, I am sorry that you are not content with meer Christianity,

and to be a Member of the Catholick Church ...” Richard Baxter, 1680

Notes on The Pilgrim’s Regress

Notes on The Screwtape Letters

Notes on The Abolition of Man

Notes on Out of the Silent Planet

Notes on Perelandra

Notes on That Hideous Strength

Notes on Miracles

Notes on Surprised by Joy

Index to Surprised by Joy

Notes on Reflections on the Psalms

Notes on Letters to Malcolm

Notes on eighty ESSAYS

C. S. Lewiss Shorter Writings

A survey of his shorter prose writings as published in collected editions (1939–2002);

followed by alphabetical & chronological listings

A 13th-century portrait of C. S. Lewis


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C. S. Lewis Bibliography  |  Bibliografie van C. S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis in Dutch  C. S. Lewis in het Nederlands

Bibliography of Dutch Lewis translations, 1947 to the present

Bibliografie van Nederlandse Lewis-vertalingen, 1947 tot heden

Books on View  |  Boeken in beeld

A gallery of Dutch C. S. Lewis book covers

Expositie van Nederlandse boekomslagen  

Other CSL sites  |   Andere CSL-sites


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Paas & Peels en C. S. Lewis

Een Lewisiaans commentaar op God bewijzen (2013) van Stefan Paas en Rik Peels


Levensloop van C. S. Lewis in jaartallen


in mijn EIGEN Lewis-vertalingen

De Socratic Club, toen – en nu?
Een vergelijking met het werk van ForumC in Nederland anno 2012

Bij de verschijning van twee Lewis-vertalingen, 1 maart 2007

Waarom C. S. Lewis schreef zoals hij schreef

Lewis, Tolkien en de Gollancz-connectie

“Chemie” tussen alfa’s en bèta’s

Het raadsel der leesbaarheid

A. N. Wilson over C. S. Lewis

Radicale verlichting of radicale verduistering?

Het hoofdstuk over C. S. Lewis in de bundel Conservatieve vooruitgang (2010)

o.r.v. Thierry Baudet en Michiel Visser

Lewis als “conservatieve denker”

blog op www.protestant.nl, augustus 2010 (externe link)

C. S. Lewis in Duitsland

Recensie van Wahrheit und Selbstüberschreitung, hrsg. Möllenbeck & Wald (2009)

over C. S. Lewis en Josef Pieper

Lewis op zijn best

Een bespreking van zijn sciencefiction-trilogie

Samenvatting van The Allegory of Love (1936)

Samenvatting van De afschaffing van de mens (The Abolition of Man, 1943)

Samenvatting van An Experiment in Criticism (1961)

Recensie van All My Road Before Me (1991)

Recensie van C. S. Lewis: A Companion and Guide (1996)

Recensie van Collected Letters of C. S. Lewis (2000-2006)



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