Created by: Richard Ortiz
Mr. C.S Lewis's Life
His early life was simple and pleasant. He and his brother were fascinated with the books in there library. Later in life, he lost his mother to a disease. He and his brother were forced to go to England for an education. He found that he hated that school.
He had to go back to Ireland do to the school closing. He later went back to England and became fascinated with poetry. Lewis accepted an invitation to the College of Oxford University in 1916. He passed with a first-class in Greek and Latin literature, philosophy, and ancient history. Lewis later began publishing books. His books are involved in Christian lessons leading to temptation. His most famous writings of all are The Chronicles of Narnia.
He died three years after the death of his wife, Joy Gresham. He died on November 22, 1963, the same day of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Still, he inspires millions around the world with his stories. He will keep inspiring millions for generations.
C.S Lewis's Famous Works
C.S Lewis has written tons of books for millions to enjoy. He has created so many books that reflect his faith in Christianity. One of his most famous novels is The Chronicles of Narnia. This series is about an epic war between good and evil in a magical country called Narnia. There, four young kids meet many creatures from different cultures such as Fauns and Centaurs.
Most of his books involve Christian beliefs. He was an Atheist, but later in his life, he learned that Christian beliefs would lead to happiness. His major series that reflect his beliefs are the Chronicles of Narnia. In the book, four kids are the supposed Sons and Daughters of Adam and Eve. They deal with temptation and fear in their quest to free Narnia of the evil Witch’s reign. C.S Lewis is definitely a creative and thoughtful man.