Laura Miller on C.S. Lewis & Narnia

February 28, 2010

Laura Miller talks with Steve Paulson about her long relationship with the Narnia books. She read them as a child and loved them. Later she was put off by the Christian symbolism, but now feels the book are terrific for believers and non-believers alike. Miller's book about her experience with Narnia is called "The Magician's Book: A Skeptic's Adventures in Narnia."



I assume that someone who thinks C.S. Lewis had a negative/ambivalent attitude toward grown women does not remember the vivid female protagonists of his novels "Til We Have Faces" and "That Hideous Strength".

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