The year is 1963 and C S Lewis, the famous British author, is in the twilight years of his life. Following a request from his great friend, J.R. R. Tolkien, he has agreed to give an informal talk to a group of American writers who are visiting England.

They have come to Lewis' home, just outside of Oxford, and are eagerly anticipating hearing
the man who has become a legend in his own lifetime.

They are not disappointed. Despite his failing health, Lewis is in great form.

His audience is spellbound as, with a display of oratory and humor that made him one of England's most famous public speakers, he recounts the significant events and the people that shaped his life.


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