The Narnia Code: Unveiling Hidden Meaning

Michael Ward’s The Narnia Code explains how C. S. Lewis was inspired by a medieval cosmology that invests his Narnia Chronicles with hidden meaning.Continue readingThe Narnia Code: Unveiling Hidden Meaning

Reading and the Moral Imagination

Aristotle and C. S. Lewis agree: reading good fiction is good for you. It develops your moral imagination, by allowing you to imagine the consequences of actions in particular situations.Continue readingReading and the Moral Imagination

Planet Narnia: Tutelary Deities

Michael Ward’s Planet Narnia reveals the influence of medieval allegory that invests C. S. Lewis’s Narnia stories with hidden levels of meaning.Continue readingPlanet Narnia: Tutelary Deities

Michael Ward’s Planet Narnia

My first encounter with Michael Ward’s Planet Narnia, which has revolutionized criticism of C. S. Lewis’s Narnia stories.Continue readingMichael Ward’s Planet Narnia