Congratulations! You finished the Chronicles of Narnia course!
Thank you for reading and discussing these great stories with me. I hope this class has helped you understand these classic books–and deepened your love for literature!
But don’t stop reading, just because you finished the class! Choose a title from the reading lists below and continue your reading journey.
C.S. Lewis: Fiction
- The Great Divorce
- Till We Have Faces
- The Screwtape Letters
- Out of the Silent Planet
- That Hideous Strength
C.S. Lewis on Literature
- On Stories
- English Literature in the Sixteenth Century Excluding Drama
- The Discarded Image
- “Imagination and Thought in the Middle Ages” in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
- “On the Reading of Old Books” in God in the Dock
- “Donne and Love Poetry in the Seventeenth Century” in Selected Literary Essays
- “Bluspels and Flalansferes: A Semantic Nightmare” in Selected Literary Essays
- “Christianity and Literature” and “The Funeral of a Great Myth” in Christian Reflections
C.S. Lewis: Theology and Philosophy
- “Why I Am Not a Pacifist” in The Weight of Glory
- “The Necessity of Chivalry” in Present Concerns
- “Transposition” in The Weight of Glory
- “The World’s Last Night” in The World’s Last Night and Other Essays
- The Four Loves
- “De Futilitate” in Christian Reflections
- “The Seeing Eye” in Christian Reflections
- Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer
- A Grief Observed
That’s it for this class! Be sure do the following before moving on:
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