The Collected Letters of C. S. Lewis, Volume II: Books, Broadcasts, and the War 1931-1949
C. S. Lewis was a prolific letter writer, and his personal correspondence reveals much of his private life, reflections, friendships, and the progress of his thought. This second of a three-volume collection contains the letters Lewis wrote after his conversion to Christianity, as he began a lifetime of serious writing. Lewis corresponded with many of the twentieth century's major literary figures, including J. R. R. Tolkien and Dorothy Sayers. Here we encounter a surge of letters in response to a new audience of laypeople who wrote to him after the great success of his BBC radio broadcasts during World War II -- talks that would ultimately become his masterwork, Mere Christianity.
Specifications of The Collected Letters of C. S. Lewis, Volume II: Books, Broadcasts, and the War 1931-1949
|Author||C. S. Lewis|
|Number Of Pages||1152|
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