Till We Have Faces

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One of Lewis's works of allegorical fiction, this text is a reinterpretation of the myth of Cupid and Psyche. Psyche's great beauty incurs the wrath of the goddess Venus, who sends her son Cupid to punish her.
Ha scritto il 03/06/09
I'm really very sorry that I cannot agree with most of the reviewers.I've tried very hard to enjoy this book, but unfortunately it didn't appeal me so much as I hoped.I was sadly disappointed.Sometimes during the reading I was tempted to put it off,
Ha scritto il 08/06/08
One of Lewis' most fascinating, yet mysterious books. The tale told is so exciting, and kept my interest until the very end. However, the meaning still eludes me.All the critics I have read on this tale declare it deep and mysterious - I fully agree!
Ha scritto il 06/06/07
A Treasure
This is one of my very very favourite books. I first read it 10 years ago, when i was eighteen. Despite how much I like the book, I've always found it hard to describe or write about it as if words just couldn't do the book justice. Several things ...Continua
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