In The Horse and His Boy, it is Aslan’s beauty that elicits Hwin’s remarkable response: “You may eat me if you like.”
Maybe it's just me, but Easter joy has been harder to come by this year.
Narnia is best understood as analogous to the Church, where all kinds of magical things and all kinds of brokenness exist side-by-side.
C.S. Lewis's The Abolition of Man, like Huxley’s Brave New World, sounds a thoroughly pessimistic note. But Christian hope for the renewal of creation permeates Lewis’s fiction.