C. S. Lewis
It might seem odd to refer to C. S. Lewis, the author and narrator of Mere Christianity, as a character in the text. We’re given little to no information about Lewis’s life or personality—his… read analysis of C. S. Lewis
In the Christian tradition, the son of God, savior of mankind, and center of the Christian faith.
Early 20th century philosopher and Nobel Laureate in Literature who embraced the concept of a “life-force” in his writing.
George Bernard Shaw
Famed playwright and Nobel Laureate in Literature who embraced the concept of a “life-force” in his writing.
Scottish author whose Christian-themed essays and fantasy books had a strong influence on C. S. Lewis.