On C.S. Lewis

If I could invite three guys over for dinner to talk C.S. Lewis it would probably be Douglas Wilson, the author of What I Learned in Narnia, Nate Wilson, the author of The Great Divorce screenplay, and Alan Jacobs, the author of The Narnian, by far my favorite book on Lewis. It just so turns out that a while back these men gathered to chat about Lewis for 80 minutes, a conversation was filmed and is now available for viewing online. If Lewis interests you, and if you can find the time, I highly recommend it:

2 thoughts on “On C.S. Lewis

  1. Nate Wilson is my new best friend. He call That Hideous Strength the greatest novel written in the English language. Honestly, this is the most conversation on the space trilogy I have ever heard. I always thought I was a bit on the fringe because of my love of it.

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