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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2007
This is just a short excerpt from a much longer lecture available from the Episcopal Bookstore. Here C.S. Lewis talks about the novels of his friend and fellow member of The Inklings--Charles Williams. The photo on the right is Lewis, left is Williams.
Williams wrote many books and slews of book reviews during his tenure as editor with Oxford Press. He is best known for his seven otherworldly novels, of which "All Hallows' Eve" and "Descent Into Hell" are probably the most widely celebrated. Besides C.S. Lewis, T.S. Eliot and W.H. Auden were also both good friends and big fans of Williams.
There is also an excellent DVD movie available about C.S. Lewis from Discovery House simply called: "The Life Of C.S. Lewis". The link below will take you to the cheapest outlet I've been able to find for it (only $12.00).