C. S. Lewis is renowned the world over for his startling array of works, ranging from theology to literary criticism and to fiction as diverse as The Cosmic Trilogy or The Chronicles of Narnia. Perhaps chief among the facets that draw readers to his works is his capacity to imagine – and envision – other worlds, and through them to put reality back in touch with the fullness of ‘imaginative life’. This collection of essays is dedicated to exploring this remarkable, and distinctly Lewisian, approach to the imaginative world. Doors in the Air: C.S. Lewis and the Imaginative World is PortalEditions’ first English language volume for the Explorations collection, which aims to give readers a better understanding of the lives and works of the foremost authors of imaginative literature.
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