Ronald K. Brind

C.S. Lewis in Oxford

A Guide for Visitors

“C. S. Lewis in Oxford: A Guide for Visitors” Ronald K. Brind (Author)
Length: 129 pages (estimated)
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Book Description

Due to circumstances currently beyond my control ebook ‘C S Lewis in Oxford: A Guide for Visitors’ is unavailable. A new Publisher is required, so if you would like to get involved please contact me: (Ron@cslewisinoxford.com) with sincere thanks to former Publisher ‘Greenbrier Book Company’ in the USA who have been forced to retire due to ill-health.

THE MUST-HAVE GUIDE WHEN YOU FOLLOW C. S. LEWIS’S FOOTSTEPS ACROSS OXFORD.

This one-of-a-kind guide was written by an Oxford native who brings a unique perspective to C. S. Lewis’s life in Oxford.

I [Ron Brind] was born a few hundred yards away from The Kilns, the house C. S. Lewis lived in for more than 30 years. As a young child I became good friends with Douglas (Dougie) Gresham, C. S. Lewis’s stepson and was soon a regular visitor to the Lewis household. It’s fair to say I was encouraged by Dougie to call C. S. Lewis “Jack” simply because that’s how he always addressed him, so it was a natural thing to do.

My lifelong interest in C. S. Lewis’s writings prompted me to establish an Oxford tour that gave me the opportunity to share with visitors my knowledge of Jack Lewis’s life during the 1950′s onwards, perhaps the most productive and turbulent decade in the life of the 20th century’s greatest Christian apologist.

“C. S. Lewis in Oxford: A Guide for Visitors” grew out of the questions visitors posed as I led them to Magdalen College (where Jack taught), the Eagle and Child public house (where the Inklings often gathered), Jack Lewis’s first “digs” (his accommodation) on Mansfield Road… and many other of C. S. Lewis’s well-known haunts in Oxford.

Much more than a simple travel guide,”C. S. Lewis in Oxford: A Guide for Visitors” provides powerful insights into the life and times of C. S. Lewis. This digital book is your ideal travel companion when you follow the footsteps of Jack Lewis across the city he loved.

Read a detailed and intensely personal account of C S Lewis’s life in my ebook titled ‘C S Lewis in Oxford: A Guide for Visitors’ available from Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DVRJM58

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