My father, C. S. Lewis

January 2011
Guideposts;Jan2011, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p16
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's childhood experiences of meeting and growing up with his stepfather C.S. Lewis, the author of the the Narnia book series.


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