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C. S. Lewis takes us on a profound journey through both heaven and hell in this engaging allegorical tale. Using his extraordinary descriptive powers, Lewis introduces us to supernatural beings who will change the way we think about good and evil.
Hosanna Nagasaka
Ha scritto il 29/06/12
Not your ordinary fantasy thriller
An absolutely ingenious attempt of pitting a concept as difficult and seemingly abstract--eternity--into a tangible analogy, a dreamlike journey to the confines of the end of one's life and the beginning of the afterlife. "The Great Divorce" is quite...Continua
Brandon Current
Ha scritto il 27/03/12
Read and keep as resource
This is a fast read that deals with the path of repentance, and the various obstacles to it. Lewis also writes powerfully of the glories that await us in eternity concerning the realities of unstoppable love and joy. He also deals with the paradox of...Continua
Ha scritto il 30/06/09

This fiction opens our eyes as well as imagination to how possibly could the heaven be like. It's stunning. Everything in heaven is so real that it's so heavy and may cause pains for those whose faith is too little.

Ha scritto il 06/06/08
Lewis, in his dream, is on a bus from Gray Town - a hell of a place - and is being conducted through 'heaven' by George Macdonald. Little by little he is introduced to the behaviour and attitude of the other Ghosts from Gray Town. He listens in on co...Continua
Brian Hamilton
Ha scritto il 07/05/07

x, 146 p. ; 21 cm.

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