Till We Have Faces

C. S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces (1956)

Till We Have Faces (1956)

Jan 15, 2021

Till We Have Faces

C.S. Lewis’s last novel, Till We Have Faces, is nothing like the Chronicles of Narnia. It is perhaps Lewis’s most complex, profound, and misunderstood work. Drs. Crystal and David C. Downing discuss this uniquely modern and meaningful novel with Producer Aaron Hill. How are we to interpret the actions of Orual and Pscyhe, and what is Lewis trying to say through the narrative and characters in Till We Have Faces?

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