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Following 'Jack' Lewis

2009.09.28
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The Kilns, where the Lewis brothers lived in Oxford
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The plaque reads "Here sat and worshipped CLIVE STAPLES LEWIS (1898-1963)"
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The Narnia Window close to the seat where Lewis used to sit in Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry
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The grave of C.S. Lewis
"Men must endure their going hence"
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Lewis Nature Reserve, where The Narnia Chronicles and The Lord of the Rings were born.
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11 Comments
ciripbogar great place!
ciripbogar · 2009-09-28: 13:36
mystic1 What a great place very nice shots
mystic1 · 2009-09-28: 13:44
dontblink I like the Narnia window. The tree has a face:)
dontblink · 2009-09-28: 13:45
????? #3 is amazinG!
????? · 2009-09-28: 16:40
finbarr amazing set !! it looks a nice place
finbarr · 2009-09-28: 17:34
atszabo I always feel enchanted by English gardens, like the one on the first picture: so haphazard still always so harmonious...
atszabo · 2009-09-28: 18:30
lookagain Great set....lovely shots! Must be wonderful for you to be there....can you go to church and sit where he sat?
lookagain · 2009-09-28: 22:58
avalon Ez nagyon szép! Hozd el nekem az üvegablakot is!!!
avalon · 2009-09-29: 14:10
Melusine Oh my - awesome pictures from where Lewis lived!
I read The Narnia Chronicles when I was a child and now for my own children and we all liked the serie very much :)
Melusine · 2009-10-03: 11:42
davidcardona Pretty good!
davidcardona · 2009-10-11: 23:35
revenant Forgive me, but I seem to recall his nickname was actually "Jacks".
And I am always surprised how much they try to make Lewis into a modern-day lay saint. Hmmmm. Thanks for this tour of a much-loved and, I suspect, rather misunderstood author.
revenant · 2009-10-29: 17:31
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