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MC Titles, General Strike, Christian News-Letter

Posted by Joel Heck on Wednesday, May 24, 2017
In addition to some minor details, this version includes new information, such as the titles of the four series of BBC talks that became Mere Christianity, information about the paragraph Lewis wrote for the Feb. 4, 1942 issue of the Christian News-Letter, and some details about the General Strike (a ten-day coal miners' strike) of May 3-13, 1926. There are also some historical details about clergy who served St. Mark's, Dundela, and Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry (located near the end of the chronology after the "Cast of Characters." Now 1,144 pages, 653,755 words, 149 sources, and 3,471 footnotes. Furthermore, my notes show that this project began during the Fall of 2004, almost thirteen years ago. It's nearing completion--should be done by July. After that, only minor changes will take place, since all known and available resources will have been mined for nuggets. Most gratifying will be to learn how this resource is being used by Lewis fans and Lewis scholars for their work.



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This is the latest Lewis chronology:

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