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Screwtape Proposes A Toast, And Other Pieces by C.S. Lewis
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Dec 27, 11

bookshelves: 2011-reading, christian-classics
Read in March, 2011, read count: 1

One of C.S. Lewis’ classic works. (Or aren’t all his works?) I’d only read parts of Screwtape Letters before. The Screwtape Letters is Lewis’ satirical masterpiece of what correspondence between demons working to tempt humans might write. Screwtape is the seasoned demon, writing to his apprenticing nephew, Wormwood. The letters take place in Britain during war-time. I found this to be a very helpful and convicting book, but wonder if in some parts of Screwtape Proposes a Toast, Lewis spiritualized some of his rants of his own opinions.

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