The Life of C.S Lewis

By: Hayley Gordon


C.S Lewis' s full name is Clive Staples Lewis, although his friends and family called him "Jack". C.S was born on November 29, 1898. C.S was born in Belfast, Ireland. C.S was a Novelist, a scholar, and a broadcaster. C.S had a wife named Joy Davidman, born April 13, 1915 in New York City, New York. Later died on July 13, 1960 at the age of 45 by cancer, in Oxford, England.
C.S made more than millions of copies of books. C.S had published books in over 30 different languages. C.S wrote books for children and adults. C.S wrote books in a way that related to the bible. For an example, The Chronicles of Narnia Aslan rises from the ground he is supposed to be Jesus. After C.S Lewis published a whole lot more stories. The Later died on November 22, 1963 in Oxford, England at the age of 60. C.S Lewis, CLive Staples Lewis Born November 29, 1898 in Belfast, Ireland, Died on November 22, 1963 in Oxford, England at the age of 64.

C.S Lewis's Work

C.S Lewis wrote the book Chronicles of Narnia. The Chronicles of Narnia was aimed for the bibles' point of view and the book was made to be more fun for the kids that read the bible. The Chronicles of Narnia was in the making in 1949 through 1954. The Chronicles of Narnia was illustrated by Pauline Baynes. The Chronicles of Narnia have sold over 100 million copies in over 41 different languages.
The Chronicles of Narnia isn't the only best selling books C.S has made. C.S has also made Space Trilogy. Space Trilogy is meant for adults. C.S sees it as a contemporary science fiction. C.S Lewis's Space Trilogy is also a series of books.

C.S Lewis or Clive Staples Lewis from young to old: