Monday, December 6, 2010
... I also learned I'm not alone in confusing C.S. Lewis with Lewis Carroll . Answer.com provided this:
Lewis Carroll wrote "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", "Through the Looking Glass", and some other delightful tales of none sense. He was a mathematician who took delight in the daughter of a friend, Alice Pleasant and wrote his stories for her amusement.
C.S. Lewis was a "Christian" novelist who used figures from various European mythologies to promote his beliefs.
Lewis Carroll lived in the 1800's while C. S. Lewis lived in the 20th century. If you believe in reincarnation, they could be the same person as Lewis Carroll (Dodgson) died in January 1898 and C. S. Lewis was born in November 1898.
I'm am very taken with fantasy and mythology, enjoy it quite a bit! In fact, my current reading selection is Joseph Campbell's "The Power of Myth". However... Continued on PFS site