'Men Without Chests': C.S. Lewis on the heartless, frigid philosophy contained in modern textbooks
C.S. Lewis takes a look at the heartless, frigid philosophy contained in modern elementary textbooks on English Literature. This is an illustration of the first chapter of 'The Abolition of Man’ as it can be particularity hard to digest with its more than fifty literary references. This will ease you into chapters 2 and 3. Lewis mentioned in a letter to a friend that 'The Abolition of Man' was: “almost my favourite among my books, but in general has been almost totally ignored by the public” (20 February 1955). I hope this doodle starts to rectify that ignorance.
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