Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963) received popularity as a British writer and amateur theologian. He accepted academic roles at Cambridge (1954-1963) and Oxford University (1925-1954) with a focus on English Literature. Some works that received popularity include The Pilgrims Regress (1933), The Space Trilogy (1938-1945) and The Dark Tower (1977). The Dark Tower seems incomplete according to diverse records, and responses provided by readers. Lewis elected as a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford worked at the institute between 1925 to 1954 and he received recognition as one of the most leading Christian philosophy supporters of the time.
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