With `Narnia,’ C.S. Lewis Becomes Part of the Culture Wars

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c. 2005 Religion News Service (UNDATED) At a desperate moment in the book “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” as the lion’s tortured, lifeless body lies on a stone table, the writer pauses over the stricken child characters, Lucy and Susan. Then C.S. Lewis turns to the reader directly: “I hope no one who […]

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