Douglas Loney


Demonstrates the debt C.S. Lewis owes to three short stories by E.M. Forster: “The Celestial Omnibus,” “The Other Side of the Hedge,” and “The Story of a Panic.” Notes similarities in the character of Eustace Scrubb and other incidents and themes in Lewis’s works.

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