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A Grief Observed


A "Grief Observed" comprises the reflections of the great scholar and Christian on the death of his wife after only a few short years of marriage. ... Show synopsis

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Veronica D
by Veronica D on Oct 21, 2010

We not able to receive these books. State prisons do not allow used books, so therefore we lost money on 3 books we ordered. More

by maclinrick on Nov 1, 2008

I scanned the book and gave it to a friend who had just lost her husband in a tragic accident. She said she liked C.S. Lewis, and found the book very helpful. More



by piafinn on May 27, 2008

C.S. Lewis married late in life, to a divorcee named Joy, who had bone cancer. He wrote a book about their relationship in a book called, Surprised by Joy. After Joy died, he eventually wrote about his bereavement in this book; trying to understand grief itself, as well as his own. It was therapeutic ... More


Revealing, challenging and Comforting

by ghmus7 on Jan 2, 2008

As a late middle-aged man, C.S. Lewis was expected to be a life-long bachelor. However, he was 'Surprized by joy', when he met and married his beloved wife, Joy. The beautiful story of their union has been told in several books, and in the well-recieved film "Shadowlands". However, Joy was to die of ... More


Great C.S. Lewis book

by SheilaMarie on Apr 3, 2007

This book is for anyone-C.S. Lewis is not your average 'christian' writer-he is an author-he writes in ways that illustrate not only what he was thinking and feeling but he makes you examine you own life through his writings. Please-take a couple hours and read this book-you will look at all the bad ... More

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