C.S. Lewis: Always a Poet
University Press of America, 2004 - 86 Seiten
C.S. Lewis: Always a Poet delves into the life of C.S. Lewis, a struggling poet turned successful teacher, apologist and novelist, who saw his primary calling as a poet. According to author Roland M. Kawano, Lewis' vocation as a poet is pervasive throughout all his works.
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