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C.S. Lewis
C.S. Lewis
By Alan Jacobs
December 4, 2005

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POOR OLD C. S. LEWIS. There is something sad about his condition: to have become, 42 years after his death, a pawn in America's culture wars. (Full article: 2013 words)

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