This collection of C.S. Lewis's writing, compiled by Walter Hooper, provides an overview of his beliefs and ideas. Hooper's enthusiam and knowledge infuses this selection with authority; he provides us with a thorough biographical note placing Lewis's writing in the context of his life. This book is an ideal introduction to C.S. Lewis, whose ability to approach issues of great depth with enlightening simplicity has made him one of the most popular and inspiring writers of this century.