The Magic Never Ends: The Life and Works of C.S. Lewis

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Even more than 30 years after his death, C.S. Lewis still remains widely read and extremely popular to both children and adults alike. His writings are imitated, quoted, studied, and revered. With a body of work spanning from science fiction to religious philosophy, he is considered by most scholars to be one of the greatest religious writers of the twentieth century and is often heralded as the "Theologian for Everyman," bringing struggles of faith and meaning to the forefront of American culture. But ...
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2005 Paperback New Having known and scrutinized C.S. Lewis, the contributors of this volume provide insight into the growing interest in the works of one of the most ... influential writers of the last 100 years. Read more Show Less

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Even more than 30 years after his death, C.S. Lewis still remains widely read and extremely popular to both children and adults alike. His writings are imitated, quoted, studied, and revered. With a body of work spanning from science fiction to religious philosophy, he is considered by most scholars to be one of the greatest religious writers of the twentieth century and is often heralded as the "Theologian for Everyman," bringing struggles of faith and meaning to the forefront of American culture. But surprisingly, his life story has never been made into a documentary for American television. Now W Publishing Group is proud to introduce the biography of C.S. Lewis as the companion book to the first North American documentary ever produced on the life of C.S. Lewis.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780806652801
  • Publisher: Augsburg Fortress Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 7.04 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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Five-time EMMY AWARD WINNER, JOHN RYAN DUNCAN is President of The Duncan Group, Inc., a DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION COMPANY, and Water Street Pictures, a feature film production company, both located in Wisconsin. Throughout his career, he has worked as a WRITER, producer, DIRECTOR, and photographer, and his projects have aired on PBS, HBO, Showtime, The Learning Channel, and The Discovery Channel. Duncan's numerous films and documentaries include: "Tatshenini: A Journey to the Ice Age," "Alaska's Bald Eagle" (Best New Wildlife Filmmaker, 1993 Jackson Hole Wildlife Festival), "Positive Thinking: The Norman Vincent Peale Story," "Eden" (Sundance Film Festival finalist), and "Coyotes" (1999 Savannah Film Festival winner). He has interviewed FIVE PRESIDENTS and has worked with celebrities such as CHRISTOPHER LLOYD, Edward James Olmos, BRIDGET FONDA, and Kiefer Sutherland. Duncan is the author of Sacred Places, Sacred Life and resides in Wales, Wisconsin.

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