Following 'Jack' Lewis

The Kilns, where the Lewis brothers lived in Oxford

The plaque reads “Here sat and worshipped CLIVE STAPLES LEWIS (1898-1963)”

The Narnia Window close to the seat where Lewis used to sit in Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry

The grave of C.S. Lewis
“Men must endure their going hence”

Lewis Nature Reserve, where The Narnia Chronicles and The Lord of the Rings were born.

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      2009.10.29 Edited

      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.

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      2009.10.03 Edited

      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 :)

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      2009.09.29 Edited

      Great set....lovely shots! Must be wonderful for you to be there....can you go to church and sit where he sat?

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      2009.09.28 Edited

      I always feel enchanted by English gardens, like the one on the first picture: so haphazard still always so harmonious...