Sexism in Narnia? Or perhaps among the Inklings or even in Screwtape? Many critics have labelled C.S. Lewis’ writing as sexist, even going as far as misogyny. However, did the life and writing of the very author ad professor betray attitudes that today are unacceptable, even deplorable?
To many, Lewis’ living arrangement with women was mysterious and questioned, but his later marriage to the American poet, Joy Davidson, became a celebrated love story.
In this collection of short essays and interviews a number of well known authors and academics come together to investigate the accusations, in the end creating another tribute to a remarkable man.