The Screwtape Letters (Revised)

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$25.99  $24.17
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HarperOne
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Pages
224
Dimensions
5.94 X 8.5 X 0.87 inches | 0.66 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780060652890

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About the Author

C. S. Lewis (1898-1963) was a British novelist, poet, academic, medievalist, literary critic, essayist, lay theologian, broadcaster, lecturer, and Christian apologist. He held academic positions at both Oxford University and Cambridge University but is best known for his works of fiction-such as The Chronicles of Narnia, The Space Trilogy, and The Screwtape Letters-and for his nonfiction-such as Mere Christianity, A Grief Observed, and The Problem of Pain-which still continue to attract thousands of new readers every year.

Reviews

"This book is sparkling yet truly reverent, in fact a perfect joy, and should become a classic."--Guardian
"C. S. Lewis understood, like few in the past century, just how deeply faith is both imaginative and rational."--Christianity Today
"[The Screwtape Letters] show[s] his ability to dramatize: to set forth an attractive vision of the Christian life, proceeding by means of character and plot to narrate an engaging story, everything colorful, vibrant, and active."--Christianity Today
"Why get a new Screwtape Letters? I love the feel and look of this annotated edition. ...I love the addition of red ink inside this book for the notes. There are a couple of hundred helpful annotations that first-time and veteran readers will find intriguing."--Read the Spirit
"Excellent, hard-hitting, challenging, provoking."--Observer
"C.S. Lewis is the ideal persuader for the half-convinced, for the good man who would like to be a Christian but finds his intellect getting in the way."--New York Times Book Review
"Apparently this Oxford don and Cambridge professor is going to be around for a long time; he calls himself a dinosaur but he seems to speak to people where they are."--The Washington Post Book World