Definition of C. s. lewis
1. Noun. English critic and novelist; author of theological works and of books for children (1898-1963).
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Lexicographical Neighbors of C. S. Lewis
C. D. Gibson
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C. P. Snow
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Literary usage of C. s. lewis
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1. Following Aslan: A Book of Devotions for Children by Kenneth R. McIntosh (2006)
"I believe Lewis would he pleased, —Skeet Savage, Editor, Home School Digest CS Lewis is one of the Christian faith's best theologians, and his Chronicles of ..."
2. The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut by Sarah Johnson Prichard (1896)
"CS LEWIS and GH BLAKESLEY, 1883, Lock. EF LEWIS, 1885-87, Adjustable pitman, etc., 2. WF LEWIS, 1871-89, Machine for making hinges, etc., 3. ..."
3. This Great Salvation: Unmerited Favor, Unmatched Joy by C. J. Mahaney, Robin Boisvert (1992)
"They are still only playing with religion.6 • • L — CS Lewis ic visitations, ... 3 In The Chronicles of Narnia, author CS Lewis uses the noble lion Asian to ..."
4. Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians by Michael Matthew Kaylor (2006)
"(CS Lewis, Surprised by Joy)1 In 'The "Piecemeal Peace" of Hopkins's Return to Oxford, 1878-1879', Lesley Higgins argues that Hopkins, particularly as an ..."