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Postby aileth » Apr 01, 2014 11:43 pm

Though far from having read all, or even most of the essays that C.S. Lewis wrote, the ones I have read have been most enjoyable. (As a side note, I don'
Somehow, he is able to put into words those concepts that I can only feel and vainly try to lay hands on. And such precise, potent words, too.

That is what I like about all his writings, I think. Has anyone else experienced that sense of satisfaction on reading his essays?
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Re: Essays

Postby Movie Aristotle » Apr 02, 2014 8:41 am

I totally have. The Inner Circle was one that I enjoyed, as was The Abolition of Man. And yes, I do like essays. They make me think.
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