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Author Study: C.S. Lewis Curated by Natasha Sung '23: Bibliography



Bosky, Bernadette Lynn. "C(live) S(taples) Lewis." British Fantasy and Science-Fiction Writers, 1918-1960, edited by Darren Harris-Fain, Gale, 2002. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 255. Gale Literature Resource Center, Accessed 12 Sept. 2021.

"C. S. Lewis." LitFinder Contemporary Collection, Gale, 2010. Gale Literature: LitFinder, Accessed 12 Sept. 2021.

David Baggett, “Pro: The Moral Argument is Convincing,” 121, in C. S. Lewis’s Christian Apologetics: Pro and Con, ed. Gregory Bassham (Boston, Mass.: Brill|Rodopi, 2015), 121-40.

Demy, Timothy J. “‘A Dreadful Thing’: C. S. Lewis and the Experience of War.” Sehnsucht: The C.S. Lewis Journal, vol. 5/6, Wipf and Stock, 2011, pp. 103–26,

Edwards, Dr. Bruce L. “Into the Wardrobe.” Into the Wardrobe,

Evans, Jonathan D. "C(live) S(taples) Lewis." Modern British EssayistsSecond Series, edited by Robert Lawrence Beum, Gale, 1990. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 100. Gale Literature Resource Center, Accessed 12 Sept. 2021.

“His Usual Good Sense: C. S. Lewis on Winston Churchill.” International Churchill Society, 11 May 2021,

“History - British History in Depth: Prime Ministers and Politics Timeline.” BBC, BBC,

McGill SA. C. S. Lewis. CSLewis [Internet]. 2017 Aug [cited 2021 Sep 12]; 1-2. Available from

Nelson, Michael, et al. “C.S. Lewis and His Critics.” VQR Online,

Prior, Neil. “How World War One Heralded Social Reforms.” BBC News, BBC, 12 Nov. 2018,

Quinault, Ronald. Britain in 1950, 4 Apr. 2001,

“‘Screwtape Proposes a Toast’: A Discussion on All about Jack.” A Pilgrim in Narnia, 25 Feb. 2017,

Sherry, Richard J. “C.S. Lewis.” Critical Survey of World Literature, Dec. 2017, pp. 1727-1735. EBSCOhost,

Shrock, Christopher A. “<em>Mere Christianity</Em> and the Moral Argument for the Existence of God.” Sehnsucht: The C.S. Lewis Journal, vol. 11, Wipf and Stock, 2017, pp. 99–120,

University, Regent. “C.S. Lewis as Christian Political Philosopher: The Politics of Skepticism and Liberty.” Center for Christian Thought and Action, 28 Jan. 2021,

Walsh, Chad. "The Parallel World of Narnia." Children's Literature Review, edited by Tom Burns, vol. 109, Gale, 2005. Gale Literature Resource Center, Accessed 7 Nov. 2021. Originally published in The Literary Legacy of C. S. Lewis, Harcourt Brace Jonavich, 1979, pp. 123-157.

Website, The Official. “Lewis and Politics - Official Site.” Official Site |, 14 Sept. 2018,

Wehner, Peter. “The Political Magic of C.S. Lewis.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 24 Sept. 2016,

Williams , Donald T. “A Larger World: C. S. Lewis on Christianity and Literature.” A Larger World: C.S. Lewis on Christianity and Literature , 15 Oct. 2004,

“Women's History, Feminist History.” Women's History, Feminist History - Articles - Making History,

wrote, R.J. Anderson (rj_anderson), et al. “The Problem of Susan.” LiveJournal, 30 Aug. 2005,