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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

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New York : The Macmillan Company, 1950. Eighteen Printing. Hardcover. 160 pages ; 21 cm. $2.50 dust jacket with sunning to spine of the dust jacket and a few small rips around the jacket edges as well. No markings withing the pages. Binding is firm.


THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS BY C S. LEWIS

Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; author of "Christian Behaviour," "Out of the Silent Planet," "The Case for Christianity," "The Problem of Pain," and "Perelandra"

This extraordinary little book is a startling, unique, and powerful presentation of the old, old problem of the continuous battle for the soul of man between the insidious forces of evil and the triumphant forces of good.

It consists of a series of letters written by Screwtape (an important official in his Satanic Majesty's "Lowerarchy") to Wormwood, his nephew, who is a junior devil on earth. The letters are instruction in temptation as to how to corrupt the faith of Wormwood's "patient," who is in danger of becoming a Christian.

The book sparkles with wit and reveals on every page a penetrating understanding of man's spiritual struggle upward toward the City of God. Its incisive truth, its scintillating style cry out for quotation. The reader will irresistibly find himself carrying it about, reading it to anyone who will listen. It is a perfect joy and should become a classic.


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