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research paper

Postby pianogrl815 » 01 May 2006, 13:16

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I honestly dont know that much about Mr.Lewis. Love his work, but havent looked into his history. Since all of you seem to be experts, would you please help me answer this question for my Research Paper?

"How Lewis' early life influenced his Narnia books"

I could use anything- websites, quotes, stories, AnYtHiNg!
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re: research paper

Postby A#minor » 01 May 2006, 15:05

Try looking here.
And there's a bio page.
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re: research paper

Postby loeee » 01 May 2006, 18:40

Also, the tab for "papers" at the top of the page has a couple of papers on the creation of the Narnia stories that may be of help. (Or not — I haven't read them but the titles look promising.)
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re: research paper

Postby Arwen » 01 May 2006, 21:57

You could just go to the library and figure it out yourself. I had to do a research paper not too long ago. Here are some books that might help you: The Narnian (I'm pretty sure it's called that), and there is another book called something like The Reader's Guide to C.S. Lewis Encyclopedia. (In the Encyclopedia one, look up "Boxen".) I can't think of the others right now. Hope this helps!
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re: research paper

Postby Arwen » 01 May 2006, 22:02

I apologise. I didn't mean to sound rude. I was just wanting to help! ;)
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Postby Arwen » 01 May 2006, 22:06

Also, if you click on "other resources" above, you may find other websites that might help you. I haven't checked them out.
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