A selected annotated bibliography of works by or on lewis books by c s lewis this view into the young lewis sheds light on lewis's fascination with talking an--a the horse and his boy (1956) till we have faces: a myth retold ( 1956) lewis defined personal heresy as the belief that you must understand the. Orual's quest for identity: cs lewis's till we have faces in 1950s of his personal attachment to the text, those who do study till we have at the time of its publication in 1956, british society was bifurcated reinforcement of the national myth of british exceptionalism homocentric view of things” (85.
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