THE PILGRIM'S REGRESS by C.S. Lewis

THE PILGRIM'S REGRESS

An Allegorical Apology For Christianity Reason And Romanticism
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KIRKUS REVIEW

An allegory requires its own followers (for there is a definite cult) or a raison d'etre. I don't doubt that this book will find many of the first, but I must admit I could not find the second. It was frankly beyond me. Why should there be a need for (to quote the sub-title) an allegorical Apology for Christianity Reason and Romanticism? But what of it? Mr. Lewis fortunately has a keen wit and in spite of a rather juvenile style and phraseology, the book moves along, if your customer likes allegories.
Pub Date: Jan. 1st, 1933
ISBN: 0802806414
Page count: 224pp
Publisher: Sheed & Ward
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1936




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