Definition of Clive Staples Lewis
1. Noun. English critic and novelist; author of theological works and of books for children (1898-1963).
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1. Following Aslan: A Book of Devotions for Children by Kenneth R. McIntosh (2006)
"The man who wrote the Narnia stories was an Englishman named Clive Staples Lewis, a very smart man, a teacher at a famous college whose life changed when he ..."
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