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C.S. Lewis (Bloom's Modern Critical Views (Hardcover)) by Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom

By Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom

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This cat is very cool and logical. It is the dogs which are preferred, as in Maeterlinck, they are all heart and rather mindless affection. They join eagerly in Prince Tirian’s last stand and are among the first to enter heaven. It seems that the good characters are to be defeated, and the harshly neutral dwarves (ambiguous characters, sometimes out of Snug Town, sometimes very much not so) and the wicked Arabian Nights people out of Calormen, are going to win; but Aslan defeats them by putting an end to Narnia, Calormen and all.

F. Carritt, while Carritt went to America for a year. Finally, in May of 1925, he was elected to a fellowship in English language and literature at Magdalen College, Oxford, a position he retained until 1954. For over thirty years he held the same rooms at Oxford, rooms with a magnificent view of the deer park on one side and of Magdalen tower on the other. It took more than ten years for Lewis to establish himself at Oxford, but in 1936 he published The Allegory of Love, a work of medieval scholarship that won the Israel Gollancz Award for Literature.

Puddleglum remembers Aslan’s rules when the children have forgotten them, is unexpectedly brave and—another animal virtue similar to that of the heroic Mouse—toughly immune when the witch tries to drug and hypnotise the party into forgetfulness and make them believe that the counterfeit, underground world is the real one. Puddleglum has a heroic last stand in which he uses his cold webbed feet to stamp out the Lady’s fire, and asserts his belief in the sun and his determination to spend his life, however short, in looking for it.

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