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C. S. Lewis

            There are a few grammer mistakes but this is a good paper on Lewis and his book lion the witch and the wardrobe. C.S. Lewis .
             C.S. Lewis is a writer of Christian literature. He wrote The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in 1950. C.S. Lewis, Christian children's writer, explores the biblical scheme of redemption in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Lewis wrote many of his books based on influences, life experiences, and his faith in God.
             C.S. Lewis is a well known Christian author. Lewis was born on November 29, 1898, and died on November 22, 1963. He grew up in Belfast, Ireland, with his parents and brother. Clive was raised in a Christian home by his parents.
             Lewis was an educated man. His studies helped him in his literary works. He attended college at Oxford from 1919 to 1954(Lewis cd-rom). During this time he went from being a student to a professor. His education led him to being a fellow and tutor of English (Magill 894). Lewis also became a professor of Medieval and Renaissance English at Cambridge before his death (Lewis cd-rom). He was a renowned scholar in his field of Medieval and Renaissance English. Before his years as a student and a professor, he served in the British infantry as a second lieutenant until he became wounded in action (Magill 894). .
             C.S. Lewis was influenced by many works and scholars of his time. He admired several Scholars for their influences on him. Lewis learned from how St. Paul and St. Augustine lent a measure of intellectual respectability to their faith (Magill 897). The majority of the influences he admired were those on religion. Lewis's own influences were valuable, necessary, restraining influences upon excesses of new criticism (Magill 893).
             Clive Staples Lewis juggled back and forth in his faith. As a child his parents brought him up in a good Christian family.

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