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GEORGE SAYER (1914–2005) was head of the English department at Malvern College in Worcestershire until his retirement in 1974. While there, he and Lewis held long literary discussions on their frequent walks in the countryside. Sayer and Lewis maintained a long friendship.
This book was written by a friend a pupil of C.S. Lewis and so it is not just research and guessing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hayli
This was a well written tribute, written by a man who knew Lewis first as tutor, then as friend. I especially liked the synopsis he writes of the major literary works of Lewis. Read morePublished 8 months ago by crowwoman
Great read and exactly as described and delivered right on time.Published 9 months ago by Thomas W. Harris
I discovered Jack, in november 14 and I am finf him a very interesting personPublished 9 months ago by Cassandre
The best biography I have read of CS Lewis. I have read all the others, how did I miss this?Published 12 months ago by firstname.lastname@example.org
What an excellent biography! The author, who knew Lewis, really gets into his mind and psyche. A must read for any Lewis fan, and great for people who aren't too familiar with his... Read morePublished 14 months ago by TJ
A delightful a respectful life. Not a hagiography, and clearly written but someone who knew the man personally. Easy to read, and highly recommended, especially to Lewis devotees.Published 20 months ago by David Coleman