C.S.Lewis and the ‘Wee’ County
C.S.Lewis, author of the Chronicles of Narnia wonderfully imaginative landscape and gift for storytelling owes much to his Irish origins. Thanks to a life long relationship with Janie Moore whom he called ‘mother’ to his friends, the ‘Wee’ county of Louth where she had been brought up became an important refuge for him and his brother Warren. Paul Clayton-Lea tells this previously unknown story which has been praised by C.S.Lewis scholars and readers alike as an anniversary tribute the the creator of ‘Aslan’, the great lion of Narnia, son of the Emperor-beyond-the-Sea.
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