C.S. Lewis was probably the most popular Christian writer of the twentieth century, and his books are treasured by Christians and non-Christians alike. This beautifully illustrated selection draws together some of his reflections on grief and shows the qualities of intelligence, honesty, and humility which made him such a respected teacher. The writings of C.S. Lewis, particularly "A Grief Observed," written after the death of his beloved wife, Joy, have spoken to thousands in their own grief. Here is a highly intelligent and articulate man putting into words what maybe you have felt and so can recognize, the only kind of person who has the right to speak to you about grief because he is feeling it himself. This is no calm approach by a skilled counselor, but real feeling, real distress, real bewilderment at the fear, the lethargy, the self-pity of grief.
C.S. Lewis on Grief
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