C.S. Lewis resources

View of the mountains and mourne wall in North...
The Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland influenced C.S. Lewis to write The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Image via Wikipedia

This is a work in progress. Feel free to make suggestions for additions to the list. I am particularly interested in learning of sources in Japanese.

  1. A Japanese guide to “Mere Christianity” (「キリスト教の精髄
  2. The original English guide to “Mere Christianity”
  3. A brief biography of C.S. Lewis in easy-to-read table format
  4. A list of Japanese translations of works by Lewis
  5. Another list of Japanese translations of works by and about Lewis. Contains links to Amazon Japan.
  6. A list of Japanese translations of works by Lewis by the Japanese bookstore Junku-do
  7. Listen to C.S. Lewis’ voice – the only recording still available of his BBC talks.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHxs3gdtV8A[/youtube]
  8. Lewis on Wikipedia
    1. in English
    2. in Japanese
  9. A group of Japanese women are reading the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and commenting on it on this reading blog here.
  10. Wikipedia page for J.R.R. Tolkien’s essay “On fairy-stories” (1947). 『妖精物語について ファンタジーの世界』
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