Orbilius is another author with whom C. S. Lewis deals more briefly in The Abolition of Man. The name is a pseudonym which Lewis uses to mask the identity of E. G. Biaggini, author of the 1936 textbook The Reading and Writing of English. Lewis critiques Orbilius chiefly for offering a superficial explanation of the use of anthropomorphism in literature.
Orbilius Character Timeline in The Abolition of Man
The timeline below shows where the character Orbilius appears in The Abolition of Man. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 1: Men Without Chests