Here’s another installment in the “new” summaries…this is for #31 to #40, so those not familiar with this blog have a quick reference to some of my previous content.
Below is the title and a preview of the beginning text, along with a link to the rest of the material. An “audio” link is also given so you can just listen or download it.
Also, don’t forget that the CSL Minute and my other features (quiz, fact and interviews) can be viewed in one convenient place at EssentialCSLewis.com.
#31: Faun: Foe or Friend?: When Lucy visits Narnia for the first time she meets someone who initially might be her enemy. Do you know who it is? Text | Audio
#32: Apostle to the Skeptics: Can you believe there was a time when C.S. Lewis wasn’t well-known as the author of The Chronicles of Narnia? Text | Audio
#33: Lewis at the BBC: Can you image what it was like to be C.S. Lewis preparing for and delivering his radio talks in the 1940’s? Text | Audio
#34: Special Gifts from Father Christmas: Everyone likes gifts at Christmas, but the Pevensie children didn’t know how useful certain presents would be. Text | Audio
#35: Debating in Writing: C.S. Lewis was no stranger to debate, but did you know he encountered it at times when his essays were published? Text | Audio
#36: Land Lower Than Underland: Just when Jill, Eustace and Puddleglum think there is no place lower than Underland they find out how wrong they were. Text | Audio
#37: Charles Williams: This Inklings member had a very profound impact on C.S. Lewis, even though he died less than ten years after they became friends. Text | Audio
#38: Outside Wishing In: Feel like your job is humdrum and wish you could be part of the movers and shakers? Mark Studdock did and regretted it. Text | Audio
#39: No Expert on Prayer: What do you do when you strongly believe in prayer but you are all too aware that it’s still somewhat of a mystery to you? Write about it to a friend that doesn’t exist, of course! Text | Audio
#40: Mouse of Courage: If you voted on the most courageous in Narnia, this character would be the big cheese! Text | Audio