The Lewis Legacy-Issue 78, Autumn 1998 Stop and Shop

The Lewis Legacy-Issue 78, Autumn 1998 The C.S. Lewis Foundation for Truth in Publishing

Dante’s Divine Comedy: Paradise by Kathryn Lindskoog (Mercer University Press, September 1998 release). The third of three volumes, this one includes important original discoveries about Dante’s meaning and also includes much Lewis material in the footnotes from beginning to end.

The 1999 World of Narnia Calendar (HarperCollins, ISBN 0-694-01094-4, $9.95/ Canada $13.95). “Glorious, richly detailed artwork by Deborah Maze brings the creatures and land of Narnia to life.”

The Narnia Paper Dolls set (HarperCollins, ISBN 0-694-01078-2 $7.95/Canada $10.95. A handsome album with eight stand-up figueres, cut-out costumes, accoutrements, and a large two-sided background scene with winter on one side and spring on the other.

The Complete Chronicles of Narnia, in one volume, with colour illustrations by Pauline Baynes, 524pp, 29.99

Public Life in the Shadowlands: What C. S. Lewis Can Teach Us about Politics by John G. West, Jr. (Acton Institute, 1998). In this booklet, West explores the lessons that can be learned about politics from Lewis’s writings on natural law, prudence, and the welfare state. The booklet includes an annotated bibliography listing Lewis’s writings on public life. Copies for a nominal fee from The Acton Institute at or 161 Ottawa Ave., Northwest, Suite 301, Grand Rapids, MI 49503; 616-454-3080.