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The Chronicles Of Narnia

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  • Author: C. S. Lewis
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    By: Matthew
    2013-09-19 01:27:14

    Just an aside: Lewis directly denied that the Chronicles were an allegory. Rather, he said, they were (partially!) an attempt to imagine how the basic vision of Christianity may have unfolded on another planet. Aside from that, he had recurring nightmares about Lions. . .

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