058 – Researching Lewis
August 2, 2012
A great number of works have been release that enable you to do a lot of research on Lewis at home, however, if you don’t have all that is published or want more you just have to head to Wheaton College.
When it first began in February of 1965, it was simply known as the C.S. Lewis Collection. Over the years it has grown to include the works of six other British authors, including J.R.R. Tolkien and Dorothy Sayers. Located West of Chicago, The Marion E. Wade Center is a part of Wheaton College and in 2015 will be celebrating its 40th anniversary.
It’s impossible to experience all they have on Lewis in a day, let along the other authors. Specific to Lewis they have his published works, original typed or handwritten manuscripts as well as books, journals and unpublished research dedicated to his life and writings.
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