The post on March 2, 2019, is only 132 words longer than the previous one with most minor additions of additional information of items that are already there. It probably includes insights from Norbert Feinendegen on the chronology of Lewis' conversion. Posting on Feb. 14, 2019, is almost 2,000 words longer, more information, including about Charlie W. Starr's article on the writing "On Bolshevism" and "Mythonomy." The post of Jan. 1, 2019, is more than a thousand words longer, which is now my standard for updates. It includes a note from 1928, when Charlie Starr states that Lewis wrote the fragment "Mythonomy." It also contains notes from a seven-day trip that Warren took in June 1938 in his boat, the Bosphorus. Also other minor changes. I have to put these notes here, because the Yola software is not working correctly. The post from Dec. 18, 2018, includes, among other things, some notes on T. S. Eliot (from Janice Brown's book), some footnotes on “Fellow Knight,” a couple of additions from Warren's unpublished diary, some minor details, and some information on Cyril Clemens.

Warren Lewis, Oxford, and Bulford

Posted by Joel Heck on Thursday, September 4, 2014
This version is about 9,000 words longer than the previous one, largely because of additional material in 1930 through about half of the month of May. But don't confuse size (more words) with quality. We have more information, but most of it is relatively unhelpful. It's mostly about Warren, but for the latter part of this time he is in Oxford, having completed a term in Shanghai and taken a ship home, the Tai Yin. That ship traveled through the Panama Canal to New York, where it docked. Warren got another ship from Boston to Liverpool. Then he spent some time in Oxford with Jack and Mrs. Moore at the Hillsboro house. They are in the house-hunting stage that will result in the purchase of The Kilns. At that point there is a lot of activity that both brothers engage in, including the frequent afternoon walks, the opera, and stops at local pubs for a beer. Some of Jack's tutorials and meetings are reported in Warren's diary at this time. Church attendance is clearly not in view here for either brother, which is exactly what we would expect. I have also corrected the date of the last BBC talk in the first series. It has been reported in some places as September 6, 1941, but it was definitely on Wednesday, September 3, 1941, as consultation with the BBC's Paul McCusker by William O'Flaherty has confirmed.


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This is the latest Lewis chronology:

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The file that appears below lists all works of C. S. Lewis in chronological order (now 488 in number, one more than the previous version because of the addition of the brief "Undergraduate Criticism" from 1960) in the location where they were first published or delivered (if spoken) as far as I am able to determine. Corrections are welcome. This version, slightly revised and added on March 18, 2017, includes works listed in the bibliography of Adam Barkman's C. S. Lewis & Philosophy as a Way of Life. It also includes the recently discovered (by Christopher Marsh) "A Christmas Sermon for Pagans."

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This file describes what is happening in Oxford, Cambridge, the UK, and Europe at the time that Lewis writes his various poems, essays, and books, dividing the life and writings of Lewis by academic topic, i.e. English, Philosophy, History, etc. 

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