Mar 20, 2023
C.S. Lewis’ Fiction for Adults
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I would also give big props to his short story, “The Man Born Blind”—found in the Dark Tower collection. Of course, The Dark Tower also includes one of the works that is most likely to make feminists squirm (“The Shoddy Lands”) as it has quite negative things to say about women of a particular cultural era—of course, “Ministering Angels” is no picnic either for those seeking to disabuse people of notions that Lewis was a bit sexist.
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