Connecticut College Celebrates CS Lewis

From the Connecticut College Website: “The life and writings of C.S. Lewis, the acclaimed British author whose work ranges from fantasy to spiritual treatises, will be celebrated at Connecticut College on Monday, Feb. 27, with afternoon tea, a lecture and discussion. The event marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of the last book in Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia series in 1956…The tea and talk will begin at 4 p.m. in the Ernst Common Room of the Blaustein Humanities Center. Daniel J. Varholy of Mystic will speak and lead the discussion. His talk is titled, ’Literary Studies: The Labor of Scholarship and the Labor of Faith in the Works of C.S. Lewis.’” Read the full story here.