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The New York Times Reviews Biography of Joy Davidman: Sneaky Poet and Love of C.S. Lewis August 11, 2015: Joy Davidman’s pursuit of the “famously sensitive, witty writer” ended with her marriage—to C.S. Lewis—at the age of 41. While The Times writes that her life was “dreary [...] by

Tracing the History of a Sign: New Yorker’s Abigail Deutsch Looks into the Origins of Verse Discovered in Fort Tryon Park July 30, 2014: It was a warm and sunny summer day when Abigail Deutsch discovered a sign in Fort Tryon Park filled with this verse: “Let no one say, and say it to your shame,/That all was beauty here, until [...] by

Westminster Abbey Agrees: C.S. Lewis Brought Poetry to The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe November 21, 2013: Though C.S. Lewis wasn’t known for his poetry, he revered the form. On the anniversary of his death on November 22, 1963—50 years ago—theNew York Times reports that Westminster [...] by

CS Lewis Honored at Poets’ Corner November 27, 2012: From The Telegraph: Today it will be announced that a memorial to the poet, literary scholar and novelist C S Lewis (1898-1963) is to be placed in Poets’ Corner at Westminster Abbey next [...] by