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C.S. Lewis: A Celebration of His Early Life (2000)

by Ruth James Cording

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During one of his childhood holidays when Lewis about four years of age, he made the momentous decision to change his name.
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"The childhood shows the man as morning shows the day," wrote Milton in Paradise Regained. Thus begins C.S. Lewis: A Celebration of His Early Life, a unique book that looks at a period of Lewis' life largely unexamined in comparison to the later post-conversion years. Through letters, photographs, and recorded recollections of family and friends drawn from the rich collection of the Marion E. Wade Center of British authors at Wheaton College, readers get a glimpse into the formative years of a personality that would become this century's greatest Christian apologist.

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