Letters Of C. S. Lewis: Revised And Enlarged Edition...C. S. Lewis...Harcourt Brace
They Stand Together: The Letters Of C. S. Lewis To Arthur Greeves (1914-1963)...ed. Walter Hooper...Macmillan
Letters To Children...C. S. Lewis...Collier
Letters To An American Lady...C. S. Lewis...Eerdmans
C. S. Lewis Collected Letters Volume I: Family Letters 1905-1931...C. S. Lewis...Harper Collins
The Collected Letters Of C. S. Lewis Volume II: Books, Broadcasts, And The War 1931-1949...C. S. Lewis...Harper SanFrancisco
The Collected Letters Of C. S. Lewis Volume III: Narnia, Cambridge, And Joy 1950-1963...C. S. Lewis...Harper SanFrancisco
C. S. Lewis In A Time Of War...Justin Phillips...Harper SanFrancisco
Lenten Lands...Douglas Gresham...Macmillan
In Search Of C. S. Lewis...Ed. Stephen Schofield...Bridge Publishing, Inc.
We Remember C. S. Lewis...Ed. David Graham...Broadman & Holman
C. S. Lewis At The Breakfast Table And Other Reminiscences...Ed. James T. Como...Collier
C. S. Lewis And The Catholic Church...James Pearce...Ignatius
The Question Of God: C. S. Lewis And Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex, And The Meaning Of Life...Dr. Armand M. Nicholl, Jr....Free Press
Surprised By Laughter: The Comic World Of C. S. Lewis...Terry Lindvall, Ph.D....Nelson
C. S. Lewis's Case For The Christian Faith...Richard L. Purtill...Harper & Row
Reading The Classics With C. S. Lewis...Ed. Thomas L. Martin...Baker Academic
We come to the end of C. S. Lewis...for now. I still have plenty of paperbacks by him yet to come, and several volumes out in my storage room I don't have access to at the moment. First, the life and letters. The diary covers seven years before his conversion. The Letters Of C. S. Lewis was first edited by his brother Warnie; this is a restored version including his own short biography of his brother. Arthur Greeves was Lewis' best and oldest friend from Ireland. All these volumes of letters are subsumed under the enormously chunky tomes of the collected letters, the first volume of which is in a slightly different format. Next come personal remembrances of the man, and then books dealing with different aspects of his work.
Book Count: 887.