In his new book, The Medieval Mind of C.S. Lewis, Jason Baxter identifies the medieval thought and practices, and many of the specific medieval authors and texts, just below the surface in Lewis’s popular writings and argues that Lewis “was not a successful modernizer of Christianity and writer of fiction despite the fact that he spent so much time studying old, dusty books, but because of them.” (6)

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