About this Book
Not-a-Tame Lion: Unveil Narnia Through the Eyes of Lucy, Peter, and other Characters Created by C. S. Lewis
A study of the spiritual world of Narnia as seen through the main characters' interactions with Aslan the Lion. An introductory chapter focuses on the spiritual world of C. S. Lewis and the origins of Narnia. The other chapters focus on character traits of key characters in the Narnia series—goodness, valor, poise under pressure, grace, humility, stubbornness, viciousness, and the vindication of goodness. Includes study questions for group study.
By: Bruce L. Edwards
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc
About the AuthorDr. Bruce L. Edwards teaches English literature at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and is a sought-after expert on C. S. Lewis. He has spoken at numerous conferences, including a seminar series at Oxford University, the C. S. Lewis Festival, and the Inklings Quarterly annual banquet. He served on the editorial board of The C. S. Lewis Readers' Encyclopedia, published by Zondervan, and he has published two other books on C. S. Lewis:The Taste of the Pineapple: Essays on C. S. Lewis as Reader, Critic, and Imaginative Writer and A Rhetoric of Reading: C. S. Lewis's Defense of Western Literacy.