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C.S. Lewis References

  1. 1. C.S. Lewis referencesUm guia bibliográfico sobre C.S. Lewis e sua obra
  2. 2. APRESENTAÇÃO A idéia de montar um guia bibliográfico sobre C.S. Lewis e sua obra surgiuenquanto eu fazia uma pesquisa para meu Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso sobre astrês principais obras de J.R.R Tolkien. Após procurar em bibliotecas e livrariasvirtuais, percebi que não existem muitos livros, artigos e trabalhos acadêmicos emportuguês sobre Tolkien ou estudando suas obras. A pesquisa por referênciasbibliográficas acontecia na mesma medida em que a escrita do meu trabalho evoluía.Muitos dos trabalhos sobre Tolkien, alguns abordando o autor em conjunto comLewis, citavam referências a este. Eu anotava as referências que encontrava, eminglês e português, mesmo quando não as utilizava; quando percebi a quantidade dereferências que já havia conseguido, comecei a esboçar o guia. Com a ajuda do editorde imagens do site Polyvore, comecei a montar as primeiras ilustrações planejadaspara a capa. Espero que este guia bibliográfico sobre C.S. Lewis e sua obra possaauxiliar as futuras pesquisas sobre o grande escritor. .
  3. 3. SUMÁRIOINTRODUÇÃO.......................................................................................................... 031 OBRAS DE FICÇÃO E POESIA.......................................................................... 041.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS................................................................................... 052 OBRAS DE NÃO FICÇÂO................................................................................... 062.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS…………………………………………………………… 073 OBRAS PÓSTUMAS............................................................................................. 083.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS................................................................................... 094 ENSAIOS.............................................................................................................. 105 CARTAS E ANTOLOGIAS................................................................................... 116 OBRAS DE REFERÊNCIA.................................................................................... 126.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS................................................................................... 147 OBRAS BASEADAS............................................................................................. 167.1 EDIÇÕES EM PORTUGUÊS............................................................................. 218 SEQUÊNCIAS....................................................................................................... 229 GUIAS................................................................................................................... 239.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILERIAS................................................................................... 2310 TRABALHOS ACADÊMICOS............................................................................. 2410.1 TESES.............................................................................................................. 2410.2 ARTIGOS.......................................................................................................... 25
  4. 4. INTRODUÇÃO Clive Staples Lewis, ou C.S. Lewis, nasceu na Irlanda (atual Irlanda do Norte)em 1898. Teólogo, poeta e escritor, “Jack”, nome pelo qual passou a ser conhecidoentre familiares e amigos, cresceu no meio dos livros da seleta biblioteca particular dafamília. Quando tinha 10 anos, a morte da mãe fez com que ele se refugiasse aindamais no mundo das histórias infantis. Lewis começou a se interessar por mitologia nórdica quando encontrou a obrade Richard Wagner. Iniciou seus estudos com um tutor, sendo aceito no UniversityCollege, em Oxford, no entanto sua educação foi interrompida pelo serviço militar naPrimeira Guerra Mundial. Com o fim da guerra, Lewis retorna para Oxford e passou aviver com a mãe e a filha desta de um amigo morto na guerra como maneira decumprir a promessa feita a ele. Durante o período entre 1925-1954 ensinou no Magdalen College, e de 1954até sua morte em Oxford. Lewis foi professor de Literatura Medieval e Renascentistana Universidade de Cambridge; em Oxford conheceu vários escritores famosos e setornou amigo deles, incluindo J.R.R. Tolkien. Com esses amigos, formou o famosogrupo Inklings, onde eles discutiam e liam entre si obras próprias que mais tardeviraram sucessos mundiais. Ateu convicto grande parte da vida, Lewis converteu-se ao catolicismodurante essa época de sua vida. Durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, tornou-se muitoconhecido graças as suas palestras transmitidas por rádio e por seus escritos. Suaobra mais famosa, As Crônicas de Nárnia, uma série de fábulas infantis, foi publicadaem 1950. C. S. Lewis faleceu em 1963.
  5. 5. 1 OBRAS DE FICÇÃO E POESIA As obras de ficção e poesia de Lewis e suas primeiras edições publicadas emportuguês no Brasil.HAMILTON, Clive. Dymer. London, UK: Dent, 1926.HAMILTON, Clive. Spirits in bondage: cycle of lyrics. London, UK: WilliamHeinemann, 1919.LEWIS, C. S. Out of the silent planet. London, UK: Bodley Head, 1938. 264 p. (TheSpace Trilogy, 1)LEWIS, C. S. Perelandra or Voyage to Venus. London, UK: Bodley Head, 1943.[300 p.]. (The Space Trilogy, 2)LEWIS, C. S. That hideous strength or The tortured planet. London, UK: BodleyHead, 1945. 384 p. (The Space Trilogy, 3)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. London, UK: GeoffreyBless, 1951. 195 p. 199 p. (Narnia, 4)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: the horse and his boy. London, UK:HarperCollins, 1954. [204 p.]. (Narnia, 3)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: the last battle. London, UK: The BodleyHead, 1956. 228 p. (Narnia, 7)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe.London. UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1950. 208 p. (Narnia, 2)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: the magicians nephew. London, UK: TheBodley Head, 1955. 202 p. (Narnia, 1)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: the Silver Chair. London, UK: GeoffreyBless, 1953. 202 p. (Narnia, 6)LEWIS, C. S. The Chronicles of Narnia: the Voyage of the Dawn Treader. London,UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1952. 223 p. (Narnia, 5)LEWIS, C. S. The great divorce. London, UK: Geoffrey Bles, 1946. 133 p.LEWIS, C. S. The pilgrims regress: an allegorical apology for christianity, reasonand romanticism. London, UK: Dent, 1933. [199] p.LEWIS, C. S. The screwtape letters. London, UK: Geoffrey Bles, 1942. 175 p.
  6. 6. LEWIS, C. S. Till we have faces: a myth retold. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1956.[313] p.1.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASLEWIS, C. S. Além do planeta silencioso. Rio de Janeiro: Liv. Clássica Brasileira,[1958]. 207p. (Trilogia Cósmica, 1)LEWIS, C. S. As cartas do coisa-ruim: como um diabo velho instruiu um diabojovem sobre a arte da tentação. São Paulo: Loyola, 1982. 140 p.LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: a cadeira de prata. Rio de Janeiro: Tecnoprint,1974. 208 p. (Série Nárnia, 6)LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: a última batalha. São Paulo: Martins Fontes,1997. 213 p. (Série Nárnia, 7)LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: o cavalo e seu menino. Rio de Janeiro:Tecnoprint, c.1975. 206 p. (Série Nárnia, 3)LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: o leão, a feiticeira e o guarda-roupa. [Rio deJaneiro: Tecnoprint, 1972?]. 156 p. (Série Nárnia, 2)LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: o navio da alvorada. [Rio de Janeiro:Tecnoprint, 1973?]. 208 p. (Série Nárnia, 5)LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: o príncipe na ilha mágica. [Rio de Janeiro:Tecnoprint, 1972?]. 191 p. (Série Nárnia, 4)LEWIS, C. S. As Crônicas de Nárnia: o sobrinho do feiticeiro. [Rio de Janeiro:Tecnoprint, s.d.].174 p. (Série Nárnia, 1)LEWIS, C. S. Perelandra. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2011. 310 p.(Trilogia Cósmica,2)
  7. 7. 2 OBRAS DE NÃO FICÇÂO Livros de não ficção, incluindo estudos teológicos.LEWIS, C. S. A preface to Paradise Lost. London, UK: Oxford University Press,1942. [1] p.LEWIS, C. S. A year with C. S. Lewis: daily readings from his classic works. SanFrancisco, CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 2003. 410 p.LEWIS, C. S. An experiment in criticism. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UniversityPress, 1961. 142 p.LEWIS, C. S; WILLIAMS, Charles. Arthurian torso: containing the posthumousfragment of The figure of Arthur. London, UK: Oxford University Press, 1948. 199 p.LEWIS, C. S. Beyond personality: the christian idea of God. London, UK: GeoffreyBless, 1944. 63 p.LEWIS, C. S. De Descriptione Temporum: an inaugural lecture. Cambridge, UK:Cambridge University Press, 1955. 22 p.LEWIS, C. S. English Literature in the sixteenth century excluding drama. Oxford,UK: Clarendon, 1954. 636 p.LEWIS, C. S. Mere Christianity. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1952. [227] p.LEWIS, C. S. Miracles: a preliminary study. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1947. 220 p.LEWIS, C. S. Reflections on the psalms. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1958. [151] p.LEWIS, C. S. Rehabilitations and other essays. London, UK: Oxofrd UniversityPress, 1939. [197] p.LEWIS, C. S. Selections from Layamon’s Brut. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1963.160 p.LEWIS, C. S. Studies in the words. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press,1960. [343] p.LEWIS, C. S. The abolition of men. London, UK: Clarendon Press, 1943. [61] p.LEWIS, C. S. The allegory of love: a study in medieval tradition. Oxford, UK:Clarendon Pres, 1936. 378 p.LEWIS, C. S. The personal heresy: a controversy. London, UK: Oxford UniversityPress, 1939. 150 p.LEWIS, C. S. The problem of pain. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1940. [297] p.
  8. 8. LEWIS, C. S. The four loves. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless, 1958. [128] p.LEWIS, C. S. The weight of glory and other adresses. New York, NY: McMillan,1949. 66 p.LEWIS, C. S. They asked for a paper: papers and addresses. London, UK: GeoffreyBless, 1962. 210 p.2.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASLEWIS, C. S. A abolição do homem. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2005. 95 p.LEWIS, C. S. A anatomia de uma dor: um luto em observação. São Paulo: Vida:2006. 91 p.LEWIS, C. S. Cristianismo puro e simples. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2009. 300 p.LEWIS, C. S. Mero cristianismo. São Paulo: Quadrante, 1997. 220 p.LEWIS, C. S. Milagres. São Paulo: Vida, 2006. 275 p.LEWIS, C. S. O grande abismo: o encontro entre o fantástico e a fé cristã. SãoPaulo: Vida, 2006. 147 p.LEWIS, C. S. O problema do sofrimento. São Paulo: Vida, 2006. 175 p.LEWIS, C. S. Os quatro amores. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2005. 195 p.LEWIS, C. S. Um experimento na crítica literária. São Paulo: UNESP, 2009. 124 p.
  9. 9. 3 OBRAS PÓSTUMAS As obras póstumas e suas primeiras edições em português no Brasil.LEWIS, C. S. Boxen: the imaginary world of the young C. S. Lewis. London, UK:HarperCollins, 1985. 224 p.LEWIS, C. S. Christian reflections. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 1967.176 p.LEWIS, C. S. God in the dock: essays on theology and ethics. Grand Rapids, MI:William B. Eerdmans, 1970. 346 p.(vol.1)LEWIS, C. S. God in the dock: undeception. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans,1971. [346 p.] (vol.2)LEWIS, C. S. Letters to an american lady. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans,1967. 121 p.LEWIS, C. S. Letters to Malcolm: chiefly on prayer. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless,1964. 124 p.LEWIS, C. S. Narrative poems. New York, NY: Harcourt Brace Janavovich Books,1969. 178 p.LEWIS, C. S. Poems. London, UK: Geoffrey Bles, 1964. 142 p.LEWIS, C. S. Of this and other words. London, UK: HarperCollins, 1982. 192 p.LEWIS, C. S. On stories: and other essays on literature. London, UK: Geoffrey Bless,1966. 148 p.LEWIS, C. S. Present concerns. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986.108 p.LEWIS, C. S. Selected literary essays. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press,1969. 330 p.LEWIS, C. S. Spenser’s images of life. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press,1967. 144 p.LEWIS, C. S. Studies in medieval and renaissance literature. Cambridge, UK:Cambridge University Press, 1966. 195 p.LEWIS, C. S. The business of heaven: daily readings from C.S. Lewis. San Diego:Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1984. 349 p.LEWIS, C. S. The Dark Tower and other stories. New York, NY: Harcourt BraceJanavovich Books, 1977. 158 p.
  10. 10. LEWIS, C. S. The discarded image: an introduction to medieval and renaissanceliterature. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1964. 231 p.LEWIS, C. S. They stand together: the letters of C.S. Lewis to Arthur Greeves, 1914-1963. London, UK: W. Collins, 1979. 592 p.3.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASLEWIS, C. S. Cartas a uma senhora americana. São Paulo: Vida, 2006. 159 p.LEWIS, C. S. O peso da glória. 2 ed. São Paulo: Vida Nova, 1993. 50 p.
  11. 11. 4 ENSAIOS Ensaios publicados, até o momento sem edições em português.LEWIS, C. S. Essay collection: literature, philosophy and short stories. London, UK:HarperCollins, 2000. 457 p.LEWIS, C. S. Essay collection: faith, christianity and the church. London, UK:HarperCollins, 2002. 429 p.LEWIS, C. S. C. S. Lewis: essay collection and other short pieces. London, UK:HarperCollins, 2000. 894 p.LEWIS, C. S. Of other words: essays and stories. London, UK: Geoffrey Bles, 1966.[153] p.LEWIS, C. S. The worlds last night and other essays. New York, NY: HarcourtBrace Janavovich Books, 1960. 113 p.
  12. 12. 5 CARTAS E ANTOLOGIAS Cartas e antologias publicadas, até o momento sem edições em português.LEWIS, C. S. Collected letters: books, broadcasts and war 1931–1949. [SanFrancisco, CA]: HarperSanFrancisco, 2004. (vol. 2)LEWIS, C. S. Collected letters: family letters 1905–1931. [San Francisco, CA]:HarperSanFrancisco, 2000. (vol.1)LEWIS, C. S. Collected letters: Narnia, Cambridge and Joy 1950–1963. [SanFrancisco, CA]: HarperSanFrancisco, 2007. (vol.3)LEWIS, C. S. George MacDonald: an anthology. London, UK: Geoffrey Bles, 1946.128 p.
  13. 13. 6 OBRAS DE REFERÊNCIA Obras que fazem referência a vida do autor.ADEY, Lionel. C.S. Lewis: writer, dreamer, mentor. Grand Rapids, MI: William B.Eerdmans, 1998. 307 p.BRAMLEY, Perry C. C.S. Lewis: life at the center. Magon, CA: Peake Road, 1996. 87p.BRIND, Ronald K. A guide to the C. S. Lewis tour in Oxford. London, UK: Janus,2006.157 p.CLERK, N. W. A grief observed. London, UK: Faber and Faber, 1961. 160 p.COMO, James. Remembering C.S. Lewis: recollections of those who knew him. SanFrancisco, CA: Ignatius, 2005. 509 p.CONN, Marie A. C.S. Lewis and human suffering. Mahwah, NJ: HiddenSpring,2008. 92 p.DAVENPORT, John C. C.S. Lewis. 2 ed. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House, 2011. 132p. (Who wrote that?)DOWNING, David C. The most reluctant convert: C.S. Lewis’s journey to faith.Downers Groove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2002. 191 p.DURIEZ, Colin. The C.S. Lewis encyclopedia: a complete guide to his life, thoughand writings. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 2000. 240 p.DURIEZ, Colin. The C.S. Lewis handbook. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker books, 1990.255 p.DURIEZ, Colin; PORTER, David. The Inklings handbook: a comprehensive guide tothe lives, thought and writings of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, OwenBarfield and their friends. London, UK: Azure, 2001. 244 p.DURIEZ, Colin. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis: the gift of friendship. Mahwah, NJ:HiddenSpring, 2003. 244 p.EDWARDS, Bruce. C.S. Lewis: an examined life. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2007.352 p. (Life, works and legacy, 1)EDWARDS, Bruce. C.S. Lewis: apologist, philosopher, and theologian. Westport, CT:Greenwood, 2007. 360 p. (Life, works and legacy, 3)EDWARDS, Bruce. C.S. Lewis: fantasist, mythmaker, and poet. Westport, CT:Greenwood, 2007. 352 p. (Life, works and legacy, 2)
  14. 14. EDWARDS, Bruce. C.S. Lewis: scholar, teacher, and public intellectual. Westport,CT: Greenwood, 2007. 352 p. (Life, works and legacy, 4)ELST, Philip Vander. C.S. Lewis: a short introduction. London, UK: Continuum, 2005.114 p.GILBERT, D.; KILBY, C.S. C.S. Lewis: images of his world. Grand Rapids, MI: WilliamB. Eerdmans, 2005. 144 p.GORMLEY, Beatrice. C.S. Lewis: christian and storyteller. Grand Rapids, MI: WilliamB. Eerdmans, 1997. 192 p.GORMLEY, Beatrice. C.S. Lewis: the man behind Narnia. Grand Rapids, MI: WilliamB. Eerdmans, 2005. 180 p.GREEN, Roger Lancelyn; HOOPER, Walter. C.S.Lewis: a biography. New York, NY:Harcourt Brace Janavovich Books, 1974. 320 p.GRESHAM, Douglas. Jacks life: the life story of C. S. Lewis. Nashville, TN:Broadman & Holman, 2005. 167 p.HARWOOD, Laurence. C.S. Lewis, my godfather: Downers Grove, IL: IVP Books,2007. 148 p.HOOPER, Walter (ed.). C.S. Lewis: a companion & guide. San Francisco, CA:HarperSanFrancisco, 1996. 940 p.JACOBS, Alan. The narnian: the life and imagination of C.S. Lewis. San Francisco,CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 2005. 342 p.KAWANO, Roland. C.S. Lewis: always a poet. Lanham, MD: University of AmericaPress, 2004. 86 p.KILBY, Clyde S. The christian world of C. S. Lewis. Grand Rapids, MI: William B.Eerdmans, 1964. 216 p.KORT, Wesley. C.S. Lewis then and now. New York, NY: Oxford Univeristy Press,2001. 194 p.KREEFT, Peter. C.S. Lewis for the third millenium: six essays on the Abolition ofman. San Francisco, CA: Ignatius, 1994. 193 p.LEWIS, C.S. All my road before me: the diary of C.S. Lewis 1922-1927. London, UK:HarperCollins, 1991. 483 p.LEWIS, C.S. C.S. Lewis letters to children. New York, NY: MacMillan, 1985. 120 p.LEWIS, C.S.; LEWIS, W. H. Letters. New York, NY: Harcourt Brace JanavovichBooks, 1966. 308 p.
  15. 15. LEWIS, C.S.; LEWIS, W. H. Letters of C.S. Lewis. New York, NY: Harcourt BraceJanavovich Books, 1993. 528 p.LEWIS, C. S. Surprised by Joy: the shape of my early life. London, UK: GeofreyBles, 1955. 252 p.MACSWAIN, Robert; WARD, Michael. The Cambridge companion to C.S. Lewis.Cambridge,UK: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 326 p.MARTINDALE, Wayne; ROOT, Jerry; WASHINGTON, Linda M. The soul of C.S.Lewis: a meditative journey through twenty-six of his best-loved writings. CarolStream, IL: Tyndale, 2010. 323 p.PETERS, Thomas C. Simply C.S. Lewis: a beginners guide to his life and works.Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 1997. 270 p.POE, Harry Lee; VENEMAN, Jim. The Inklings of Oxford: C. S. Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien, and their friends. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2009. 171 p.SAYER, George. Jack: a life of C S Lewis. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1994. 457p.SAYER, George. Jack: C.S. Lewis and his times. London, UK: MacMillan, 1988. 304p.SEARS, Jeanette. The Oxford of JR.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis: a guided walkround the centre of Oxford, visiting places with connections to Tolkien, Lewis and theother Inklings. Oxford, UK: Heritage Tours, 2006. 32 p.WHITE, Michael. C.S. Lewis: creator of Narnia. New York, NY: Carroll & Graf, 2005.268 p.WILSON, A. N. C.S. Lewis: a biography. London, UK: HarperCollins, 1990. 320 p.6.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASDAWSON, Anthony P.; BELL, James Stuart. A biblioteca de C.S. Lewis. São Paulo:Mundo Cristão, 2006. 382 p.DOWNING, David C. C.S. Lewis: o mais relutante dos convertidos. São Paulo: Vida,2006. 202 p.DURIEZ, Collin. Manual prático de Nárnia. Osasco, SP: Novo Século, 2005. 269 p.DURIEZ, Collin. O dom da amizade: Tolkien e C.S. Lewis. Rio de Janeiro: NovaFronteira, 2006. 310 p.LEWIS, C. S. Cartas para Sheldon Vanauken. [S.l.]: Sociedade C.S. Lewis, 2011. 14p.
  16. 16. LEWIS, C. S. Um ano com C.S. Lewis: leituras diárias de suas obras clássicas.Viçosa, MG: Ultimato, 2005. 407 p.LEWIS, C. S. Surpreendido pela alegria. São Paulo: Mundo Cristão, 1998. 243 p.
  17. 17. 7 OBRAS BASEADAS Obras baseadas em determinados aspectos da obra de Lewis.ANDERSON, Douglas A. Tales before Narnia: the roots of modern fantasy andscience fiction. New York, NY: Ballantine, 2008. 339 p.AESCHLIMAN, Michael D. The restitution of man: C.S. Lewis and the case againstscientism. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 1983. 94 p.ARTHUR, Sarah. Walking through the wardrobe: a devotional quest into The lion,the witch, and the wardrobe. [S.l.]: Thirsty, 2005. 226 p.BAEHR, Theodore; BAEHR, James. Narnia beckons: C.S. Lewiss The lion, thewitch, and the wardrobe and beyond. Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman, 2005. 184p.BAGGETT, David; HABERMAS, Gary R.; WALLS, Jerry L. C.S. Lewis asphilosopher: truth, goodness and beauty. Downers Groove, IL: InterVarsity, 2008.268 p.BARRAT, David. Narnia: C.S. Lewis and his world. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel, 2005.80 p.BASSHAM, Gregory; WALLS, Jerry L. The Chronicles of Narnia and philosophy:the lion, the witch, and the worldview. Chicago, IL: Open Court, 2005. 302 p. (PopularCulture and Philosophy, 15)BEETZ, Kirk H. Beacham’s sourcebooks: exploring C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles ofNarnia. Osprey, FL: Beacham, 2001. 627 p.BELL, James S.; DUNLOP, Cheryl. The complete idiots guide to the world ofNarnia. New York, NY: Alpha Books, 2007. 247 p.BLOOM, Harold (ed.). C.S. Lewis. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House, 2006. 254 p.(Bloom’s modern critical views)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia. Philadelphia, PA:Chelsea House, 2006. 236 p. (Bloom’s modern critical interpretations)BRUNER, Kurt D.; WARE, Jim. Finding God in the land of Narnia. Wheaton, IL:Tyndale, 2004. 185 p.BURSON, S. and J. Walls. C.S. Lewis and Francis Schaeffer: lessons for a newcentury. Downers Groove, IL: InterVarsity, 1998. 308 p.CAUGHEY, Shanna. Revisiting Narnia: fantasy, myth, and religion in C.S. Lewischronicles. Dallas, TX: Benbella Books, 2005. 310 p.
  18. 18. CLARK, David G. C.S. Lewis: a guide to his teology. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 2007. 181p.COLBERT. David. The magical worlds of Narnia: a treasury of myths and legends.Toronto, Canada: McArthur & Co., 2005. 205 p.COLBERT. David. The magical worlds of Narnia: the symbols, myths, andfascinating facts behind the chronicles. New York, NY: Berkley Books, 2005. 186 p.CONNELLY, Sean. Inklings of Heaven: C.S. Lewis and eschatology. Leominster,UK:Gracewing, 2007. 310 p.DENNIS, Sherry K. Sehnsucht and the island motif in C.S. Lewis’s Out of theSilent Planet and Perelandra. Boca Raton, FL: Florida Atlantic University, 1978. 130p.DICKERSON, Matthew T.; OHARA, David. Narnia and the fields of Arbol: theenvironmental vision of C.S. Lewis. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky,2009. 304 p.DOWNING, David. Into the region of awe: mysticism in C.S. Lewis. Downers Groove,IL: InterVarsity, 2005. 207 p.DOWNING, David. Into the wardrobe: C. S. Lewis and the Narnia chronicles. SanFrancisco, CA: Wiley & Sons, 2005. 238 p.DOWNING, David C. Planets in Peril: a critical study of C.S. Lewis’s Ransom trilogy.Amherst, MA: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1992. 182 p.DURIEZ, Colin. A field guide to Narnia. Downers Groove, IL: IVP, 2004. 240 p.EDWARDS, Bruce. Further up and further in: understanding C. S. Lewiss The Lion,the Witch, And the Wardrobe. Nashville, TN: B & H, 2005. 108 p.EDWARDS, Bruce. Not a tame lion: unveil Narnia through the eyes of Lucy, Peter,and other characters created by C. S. Lewis. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 2005. 252 p.FITZPATRICK, John F. From fact to fantasy: a study of C.S. Lewis’s use of myth.New York, NY: University of New York, 1972. 190 p.FORD, Paul. Companion to Narnia: a complete guide to the magical world of C.S.Lewiss The Chronicles of Narnia. San Francisco, CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 1982. 504p.FORD, Paul. Pocket Companion to Narnia: a guide to the magical world of C.S.Lewis. San Francisco, CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 2005. 368 p.GILCHRIST, K. J. A morning after war: C.S. Lewis and WWI. New York, NY:Peter Lang, 2005. 225 p.
  19. 19. HARDY, Elizabeth Baird. Milton, Spenser and The Chronicles of Narnia: literarysources for the C.S Lewis novels. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. 188 p.HINTEN, Marvin D. The keys to the chronicles: unlocking the symbols of C.S.Lewiss Narnia. Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman, 2005. 117 p.HOWARD, Thomas. C.S. Lewis: man of letters: a reading of his fiction. SanFrancisco, CA: Ignatius, 1987. 259 p.HOWARD, Thomas. Narnia and beyond: a guide to the fiction of C.S. Lewis. SanFrancisco, CA: Ignatius,1987. 237 p.KARKAINEN, Paul A. Narnia: unlocking the wardrobe. Grand Rapids, MI: Fleming H.Revell, 2007. 214 p.KING, Don W. C.S. Lewis, poet: the legacy of his poetic impulse. Kent, OH: KentState University Press, 2001. 389 p.KLOSTER, Julie. Eternal truths of Narnia: Bible studies and reader’s guide for TheChronicles of Narnia. Alachua, FL: Bridge-Logos, 2008. 110 p.KREEFT, Peter. Between heaven and hell: a dialog somewhere beyond death withJohn F. Kennedy, C. S. Lewis & Aldous Huxley. 2 ed. Downers Groove, IL:InterVarsity, 2008 144 p.LEWIS, C.S. A year with Aslan: daily reflections from The Chronicles of Narnia. NewYork, NY: HarperOne, 2010. 410 p.LEWIS, C. S. God In the Dock: essays on theology and ethics. Grand Rapids, MI:William B. Eerdmans, 1970. 346 p.LEWIS, C.S. Narnia chronology: from the archives of the Last King. London, UK:HarperCollins, 2008.LEWIS, C. S. On stories and other essays on literature. New York, NY: HarcourtBrace Jovanovich, 1982. 153 p.LEWIS, C.S. The C S. Lewis Bible. New York, NY: HarperOne, 2010. 1529 p.LINDSEY, Arthur. C.S. Lewiss case for Christ: insights from reason, imagination andfaith. Downers Groove, IL: InterVarsity, 2005. 216 p.LINDSKOOG, Kathryn Ann. Journey into Narnia. Pasadena, CA: Hope, 1998. 227 p.LOBDELL, Jared. The scientific fiction novels of C.S. Lewis: space and time in theRansom Stories. London, UK: McFarland, 2004. 194 p.MANLOVE, C.N. The Chronicles of Narnia: the patterning of a fantastic world. NewYork, NY: Maxwell Macmillan International, 1993. 136 p.
  20. 20. MARTINDALE, Wayne; ROOT, Jerry. The quotable Lewis. Wheaton, IL: TyndaleHouse, 1989. 651 p.MARKOS, Louis. On the shoulders of hobbits: the road to virtue with Tolkien andLewis. Chicago, IL: Moody, 2012. 240 p.MYERS, Doris T. Bareface: a guide to C.S. Lewiss last novel. Columbia, MO:University of Missouri Press, 2004. 257 p.MYERS, Doris T. C.S. Lewis in context. Kent. OH: Kent State University Press, 1998.264 p.NEAL, Connie. Wizards, wardrobes and wookiees: navigating good and evil in HarryPotter, Narnia and Star Wars. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Books, 2007. 229 p.NICHOLI, Armand M. Jr. The question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freuddebate God, love, sex, and the meaning of life. New York, NY: Free Press, 2002. 295p.PEARCE, Joseph. C.S. Lewis and the Catholic Church. San Francisco, CA: IgnatiusPress, 2003. 175 p.PHILLIPS, Justin. C.S. Lewis in a time of war: the World War II broadcasts thatriveted a nation and became the classic Mere Christianity. New York, NY:HarperSanFrancisco, 2002. 324 p.PURTILLl, Richard. C.S. Lewis case for the christian faith. San Francisco, CA:Harper & Row, 1981. 146 p.REPPERT, Victor. C.S. Lewiss dangerous idea: a philosophical defense of Lewissargument from Reason. Downers Groove, IL: InterVarsity, 2003. 132 p.REYES, A. T. (ed.) C. S. Lewiss lost Aeneid: arms and the exile. New Haven, CT:Yale University Press, 2011. 208 p.ROGERS, Jonathan. The world according to Narnia: christian meaning in C.S.Lewiss beloved Chronicles. New York, NY: Warner Faith, 2005. 182 p.RYKEN, Leland; MEAD, Marjorie Lamp. A readers guide through the wardrobe:exploring C.S. Lewiss classic story. Downers Groove, IL: InterVarsity, 2005. 192 p.SAMMONS, Martha C. A guide through Narnia. Wheaton, IL: H. Shaw, 1979. 164 p.SAMONS, Martha C. War of the fantasy worlds: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien onart and imagination. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2010. 237 p.SCHAKEL, Peter. Imagination and the arts in C.S. Lewis: journeying to Narnia andother worlds. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 2002. 214 p.
  21. 21. SCHAKEL, Peter J. Reading with the heart: the way Into Narnia. Grand Rapids, MI:William B. Eerdmans, 1979. 154 p.SCHAKEL, Peter. Reason and imagination in C.S. Lewis: a study of Till we havefaces. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans,1984. 208 p.SCHAKEL, Peter. The way into Narnia: a readers guide. Grand Rapids, MI: WilliamB. Eerdmans, 2005. 202 p.SCHWARTZ, Sanford. C.S. Lewis on the final frontier: science and the supernaturalin the Space Trilogy. Oxford, UK: Oxford Univ. Press, 2009. 240 p.SIBLEY, Brian. The land of Narnia: Brian Sibley explores the world of C.S. Lewis.New York, NY: Harper & Row, 1990. 96 p.SMITH, Mark Edith. Aslans call: finding our way to Narnia. Downers Groove, IL:InterVarsity, 2005. 127 p.VAUS, Will. Mere theology: a guide to the thought of C.S. Lewis. Downers Groove, IL:InterVarsity, 2008. 266 p.VEITH, Gene. The soul of Prince Caspian: exploring the spiritual truth in the land ofNarnia. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2008. 208 p.VEITH, Gene. The soul of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Eastbourne, UK:Kingsway, 2005. 240 p.WAGNER, Richard. C.S. Lewis & Narnia for Dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2005.364 p.WALSH, Milton. Second friends: C. S. Lewis and Ronald Knox in conversation. SanFrancisco, CA: Ignatius, 2008. 360 p.WARD, Michael. Planet Narnia: the seven heavens in the imagination of C.S. Lewis.Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2008. 347 p.WARD, Michael. The Narnia code: C. S. Lewis and the secret of the seven heavens.Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale House, 2010. 193 p.WIELENBERG, Erik J. God and the reach of reason: C.S. Lewis, David Hume, andBertrand Russell. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge Unviersity Press, 2008. 243 p.WILLIAMS, Donald T. Mere humanity: G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, and J. R. R.Tolkien on the human condition. Nashville, TN: B & H, 2006. 212 p.WILLIAMS, T.M. The heart of The chronicles of Narnia: knowing God here byfinding him there. Nashville, TN: W Pub., 2005. 199 p.WILSON, Douglas. What I learned in Narnia. Moscow, ID: Canon Press, 2010. 168 p.
  22. 22. 7.1 EDIÇÕES EM PORTUGUÊSDURIEZ, Colin. Manual prático de Nárnia. Osasco: Novo Século, 2005. 269 p.FERNANDES, Sergio. Manual d’A viagem do Peregrino da Alvorada. São Paulo:Sortecci, 2010. 96 p.GREGGERSEN, Gabrielle. A antropologia filosófica de C. S. Lewis. São Paulo:Editora Mackenzie, 2001.GREGGERSEN, Gabriele. A magia das Crônicas de Nárnia: O leão, a feiticeira e oguarda-roupa: uma abordagem para pais e educadores. [s.l.]: GW, 2005. 176 p.GREGGERSEN, Gabriele. O Evangelho de Nárnia. Brasília, DF: Vida Nova, 2006.128 p.GREGGERSEN, Gabrielle. Pedagogia cristã na obra de C.S. Lewis. São Paulo:Vida, 2006. 128 p.IRWIN, William. As Crônicas de Nárnia e a filosofia: o leão, a feiticeira e a visão doMundo. São Paulo: Madras, 288 p.MAGALHÃES FILHO, Glauco Barreira. Lições das Crônicas de Nárnia. São Paulo:Aba, 2008. 112 p.MAGALHÃES FILHO, Glauco Barreira. O imaginário em As Crônicas de Nárnia.São Paulo: Mundo Cristão, 2005. 175 p.VEITH, Gene. A alma de O Leão, a Feiticeira e o Guarda-Roupa. Rio de Janeiro:Habacuc, 2006. 208 p.
  23. 23. 8 SEQUÊNCIAS Obras baseadas em determinados aspectos da vida e obra de Lewis.DOWNING, David. Looking for the King: an Inklings novel. San Francisco, CA:Ignatius, 2010. 250 p.
  24. 24. 9 GUIAS Livros que abordam as adaptações cinematográficas baseadas em suasobras.BRODIE, Ian; ADAMSON, Adam. Cameras in Narnia: how The lion, the witch and thewardrobe came to life. New York, NY: HarperCollins, 2005. 72 p.BROWN, Devin. Inside Narnia: a guide to exploring The Lion, the Witch and theWardrobe. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2005. 255 p.BROWN, Devin. Inside Prince Caspian: a guide to exploring the return to Narnia.Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2008. 251 p.KIRK, E. J. Step into Narnia: a journey through The lion, the witch, and the wardrobe.New York. NY: HarperCollins, 2005. 63 p.TOBIN, Paul. The crafting of Narnia: the art creatures and weapons from Wetaworkshop. London, UK: London HarperCollins, 2008. 304 p.9.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILERIASBROWN, Devin. Os bastidores de Nárnia: um guia para explorar O Leão, a Feiticeirae o Guarda-Roupa. Campinas: United Press, 2006. 383 p.
  25. 25. 10 TRABALHOS ACADÊMICOS Artigos, teses e variados trabalhos acadêmicos inspirados na obra de Tolkien.10.1 TESESANDERSON, Mary Janelle. Toward a christian approach to literature: the criticaltheories of C.S. Lewis as a model for christian literary criticism. 1988. Tese (Ph. D.) –Tampa, University of South Florida, 1988. 110 p.BOTELHO, Raquel Lima. A intertextualidade bíblica n’As Crônicas de Nárnia deC.S.Lewis. 2005. Dissertação (Mestrado em Letras) - Universidade PresbiterianaMackenzie, São Paulo, 2005. 12 f. Disponível em:<http://www.mackenzie.br/fileadmin/Chancelaria/GT6/Raquel_Lima_Botelho.pdf>COX, David Randolph. Elements of fairy tale in C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia.1978. Tese (Mestrado) - University of Florida, Gainesville, 1978. 144 f.DAVIDOFF, Solomon H. Of their own accord: (mis)reading of geotheistic allusions topopular faith in C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia. 2001. Tese. Bowling GreenState University, Ohio, 2001.HESS, Laura Anne. Roads to the Great Eucatastrophie: the christian mythology ofC.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. 2010. Tese (Bacharelado em Artes) – WesternKentucky University, Kentucky, 2010. 84 f. Disponível em:<http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/stu_hon_theses/237>JANTZ, James D. Tinidril’s temptation: the un-man’s attack on reason, imaginationand will in C.S. Lewis’s Perelandra. 1989. Dissertação. Warrensburg, MO: CentralMissouri State University, 1989.JENNINGS, Heather Herrick. Visions/ versions of the medieval in C.S. Lewis ‘sThe Chronicles of Narnia. 2009. Tese (Mestrado em Inglês) - Boise State University,Idaho, 2009. 82 f. Disponível em:<http://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1063&context=td>KUTEEVA, Maria. C.S Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia: their origins in mythology,literature and scholarship. 1995. Dissertação (Mestrado em Filosofia) - University ofManchester, Manchester, 1995. 211 f.LANE, Dorothy F. Transposition and baptism: the incorporation of C.S. Lewis’snotion of myth in literary form. 1987. Tese (Mestrado) - Carleton University, Ottawa,1987. 142 f.SALA, Elena Arreguy. Socialização do texto literário na internet: o caso do contonarniano O Leão, a Feiticeira e o Guarda-Roupa de C. S. Lewis em uma comunidadedo Orkut. 2007. Dissertação (Mestrado em Linguística aplicada) – Universidade
  26. 26. Estadual do Ceará, Fortaleza, 2007. 154 f. Disponível em:<http://www.uece.br/posla/dmdocuments/elenaarreguysala.pdf>SANT’ANNA, Elaine Carneiro Domingues. Análise da tradução dasintertextualidades bíblicas realizadas na obra O Leão, a Feiticeira e o Guarda-Roupa, de C.S. Lewis. 2010. Dissertação (Mestrado – Estudos da tradução) –Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, 2010. 180 f. em:<http://www.pget.ufsc.br/curso/dissertacoes/Elaine_Carneiro_SantAnna_-_Dissertacao.pdf>SCHERER, Ulrike Susanne. Dream not of other worlds: C.S. Lewis, Philip Pullmanand the ghost of Milton. 2010. Tese (Doutorado em Filosofia) - University of Otago,Dunedin, New Zealand, 2010. 240 f. Disponível em:<http://otago.ourarchive.ac.nz/bitstream/handle/10523/1775/SchererUlrikeS2011PhD.pdf?sequence=3>WHITEHEAD, Ashley Nicole. God, C.S. Lewis and J.K. Rowling?: christiansymbolism in Harry Potter and The Chronicles of Narnia. 2006. Tese (Bacharelado emLiteratura inglesa) - Maryville College, Maryville, 2006. 45 f. Disponível em:<http://www.christnhp.org/Thesis.pdf>10.2 ARTIGOSABRAHAM, William. C.S. Lewis and the conversion of the west. Touchstone:a journal of mere christianity, mar-ap. 1998. Disponível em:<http://touchstonemag.com/archives/article.php?id=11-02-018-f>ALBU, Rodica. C.S. Lewis, The abolition of man. Journal for the study of Religionsand Ideologies, n. 15, 2006. p.110-116. Disponível em:<http://www.jsri.ro/new/?download=jsri_no_15_rodica_albu.pdf>COLE, Darrell. The problem of war: C.S. Lewis on pacifism, war and the christianwarrior.Touchstone: a journal of mere christianity, ap. 2003. Disponível em:<http://touchstonemag.com/archives/article.php?id=16-03-045-f>DODSON, Mary. Capturing C.S. Lewiss “Mere” Christianity: another look atShadowlands. Journal of Religion and Film, v. 6, n. 1, ap. 2002. Disponível em:<http://www.unomaha.edu/jrf/shadowlands.htm>EASTERBROOK, Gregg. In defense of C. S. Lewis. The Atlantic monthly, 2001.p.46-49. Disponível em: <http://personal.bgsu.edu/~edwards/d-narnia.pdf>FERNGREN, Gary. C. S. Lewis on creation and evolution: the Acworth letters, 1944-1960. Perspectives on science and christian faith, n. 48, mar. 1996. p.28-33.Disponível em: <http://www.asa3.org/ASA/PSCF/1996/PSCF3-96Ferngren.html>FOWLER, Alastair. C.S. Lewis: supervisor. Yale Review, v. 91, n. 4, 2003. p.64-80.Disponível em: <http://www.lewisiana.nl/fowler/>
  27. 27. GEFOROS, Jamie. The stimulation of the imagination in children through fairystories: an evaluation of C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia and J. R. R. Tolkien’sThe Hobbit. 12 f. Disponível em: <http://www.dianaglyer.com/wp-content/uploads/tollers-jack-13-stimulations-imagination-fairy-stories.rtf>GREGGERSEN, Gabriele. Filologia e literatura: trocando idéias com Tolkien e C.S.Lewis. Todas as letras, n. 5, 2003. p.65-74. Disponível em: <http://www3.mackenzie.br/editora/index.php/tl/article/view/961/690>HALDANE, J.B.S. A scientist strikes back: two attacks on C.S. Lewis. Everything hasa History, 1951. p.249-267. Disponível em:<http://www.lewisiana.nl/haldane/index.htm>HOOPER, Walter. Narnia: the author, the critics and the tale. Childrens literature, v.3, 1974. p.12-22. Disponível em:<http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/chl/summary/v003/3.hooper.html>JORDAN, Gregory E. The invention of man: a response to C.S. Lewiss The Abolitionof Man. Journal of Evolution and Technology, v. 19, n. 1, sep. 2008. p.35-41.Disponível em: <http://jetpress.org/v19/jordan.pdf>LABAR, Martin. A world is not made to last forever: the bioethics of C.S. Lewis. JASA,n. 35, june 1983. p.104-107. Disponível em:<http://www.asa3.org/ASA/PSCF/1983/JASA6-83LaBar.html>LINDSKOOG, K., and G.F. Ellwood. C.S. Lewis: natural law, the law in ourhearts. Christian Century, nov. 1984. Disponível em: <http://www.religion-online.org/showarticle.asp?title=1433>LOADES, Ann. The grief of C.S. Lewis. Theology Today, v. 46, n. 3, oct. 1989. p.269-276. Disponível em: <http://theologytoday.ptsem.edu/oct1989/v46-3-article2.htm>MARKUS, Louis. Myth matters: why C.S. Lewiss books remain models for christianapologists in the 21st century. Christianity Today, ap. 2001. Disponível em:<http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2001/april23/1.32.html>MARTINDALE, Wayne. C.S. Lewis, reluctant churchman. Touchstone: a journal ofmere Christianity, 1988. Disponível em:<http://touchstonemag.com/archives/article.php?id=02-04-019-f>MARTINDALE, Wayne. C.S. Lewis on gender language in the Bible: a caution.Touchstone: a journal of mere christianity, 1990. Disponível em:<http://www.touchstonemag.com/archives/article.php?id=04-01-005-f>MEILAENDER, Gilbert. Psychoanalyzing C.S. Lewis. Christian century, may 1990.p.525-529. Disponível em: <http://www.religion-online.org/showarticle.asp?title=774>MEILAENDER, Gilbert. Theology in Stories: C. S. Lewis and the narrative quality ofexperience. Word and world, v. 1, n. 3, 1981. p.222-229. Disponível em:
  28. 28. <http://www2.luthersem.edu/Word&World/Archives/1-3_Experience/1-3_Meilaender.pdf>PERSSON, Catarina. Mythology and moral in C.S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witchand the Wardrobe. 18 p. Disponível em:<http://lup.lub.lu.se/luur/download?func=downloadFile&recordOId=1326721&fileOId=1326722>QUINN, Denis B. The Narnia books of C. S. Lewis: fantastic or wonderful? ChildrensLiterature, v. 12, 1984. p.105-121. Disponível em:<http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/chl/summary/v012/12.quinn.html>QUINN, Dermot. Chesterton, Lewis, and the uses of enchantment. The Chronicle ofthe Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, v. 3, n. 2, 2006. p.4-10. Disponível em:<http://www.ugm.cl/main/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/LewisChestertonEnchantment-UGM.pdf>RIGA, Frank P. Mortals call their history fable: Narnia and the use of fairy tale.Childrens Literature Association Quarterly, v. 14, n. 1, 1989. p.26-30. Disponívelem: <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/chq/summary/v014/14.1.riga01.html>RUSSEL, James. Narnia as a site of national struggle: marketing, christianity, andnational purpose in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.Cinema Journal, v. 48, n. 4, 2009. p.59-76 Disponível em:<http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/cj/summary/v048/48.4.russell.html>SMIETANA, Bob. C.S. Lewis superstar: how a reserved british intellectual with acheckered pedigree became a rock star for evangelicals. Christianity Today, nov.2005. Disponível em: <http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2005/december/9.28.html>SIMONSON, Martin. The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings: similaritiesand differences between two children of the Great War. E-F@Bulations, jun. 2008. 12p. Disponível em: <http://ler.letras.up.pt/uploads/ficheiros/4669.pdf>STAFUSSI, Déborah Silva. O possível diálogo entre o texto bíblico e O Leão, aFeiticeira e o Guarda-roupa, de C.S.Lewis. 6 p. Disponível em:<http://www.mackenzie.br/fileadmin/Graduacao/CCL/projeto_todasasletras/inicie/DeborahSilvaStafussi.pdf>TOWSEND, James. Grace and the arts: C.S. Lewiss theology. Journal of the GraceEvangelical Society, v. 13, n. 24, 2000. Disponível em:<http://www.faithalone.org/journal/2000i/townsend2000e.htm>WRIGHT, N.T. Simply Lewis: reflections on a master apologist after 60years. Touchstone: a journal of mere christianity, mar. 2007. Disponível em:<http://touchstonemag.com/archives/article.php?id=20-02-028-f>

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