lewis, c. s.

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Lewis, C. S. definition


A twentieth-century British writer whose critical and theological studies include The Allegory of Love and The Screwtape Letters. He also wrote science fiction and a widely popular allegorical series for children, collectively known as The Narnia Chronicles.

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