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In Mr. Lewis's sensitive hands the ancient myth retains its fascination while being endowed with new meanings, new depths, new terrors. --Saturday ...Show synopsisIn Mr. Lewis's sensitive hands the ancient myth retains its fascination while being endowed with new meanings, new depths, new terrors. --Saturday ReviewHide synopsis
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This book takes a lot of digging into (somewhat like the apostle Paul...), but it's well worth it. This was Lewis' last and favorite novel, this retelling of the Greek myth of Psyche and Cupid; many people find it odd or even disturbing the way Lewis seems to mix Roman/Greek mythology with Biblical ...
C.S. Lewis' retelling of the myth of Psyche and Cupid is one of the more challenging pieces of literature which I have read lately. Because the narrator is Orual, the sister of Psyche traditionally depicted as the "ugly, jealous" sibling who deliberately separated Psyche from her unseen husband, we ...
It is understandable that in the large corpus of Lewis, and the popularity of his Children's works, that gems such as this could be easily overlooked. But this of Lewis is one that may truly be called a masterpiece. Lewes' intimate and deep knowlege of myth, anthropology, spirituality and love, gives ...
Lewis takes the story of Psyche and Eros to a new level. The story is told through the eyes of her sister, Orual. The jealous love that she has for her beautiful sister is stunningly portrayed. As the story unfolds, it becomes more about Orual's cold heart and insatiable desire to be loved. As she ...
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