The Marion E. Wade Center Presents: C. S. Lewis' Letters
FEBRUARY 11, 1957
C. S. LEWIS CORRESPONDS WITH DR. CLYDE S. KILBY HON, FORMER PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH AND FOUNDER OF THE WADE CENTER.
“Dear Professor Kilby — An author doesn’t necessarily understand the meaning of his own story better than anyone else, so I give you my account of TWHF [Till We Have Faces] simply ‘for what it’s worth.’”
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