View your shopping cart.
Sale (30% off)

Present Concerns: Journalistic Essays

Sitewide Banner Message

The Well Bookstore is now open for in-person shopping on Sundays from 8:30-12:30 (curbside pickup not available).  The Well is only open for curbside pickup, phone in, shopping by appointment and online orders orders Mondays-Thursdays from 9-4:00.  All orders placed online or over the phone after 3:30p.m. on Thursdays will not be processed until the following Monday.   

Our curbside pickup is on the North side of Building B at the intersection of 137th and Briar.  There is a Well Bookstore Curbside Pickup sign at the base of the staircase.  Call the number on the sign during our operating hours and we will bring your order to your car.   


product image
$9.09
$12.99
You Save:
$3.90
Sale 30% off
Although C.S. Lewis professed never to read newspapers and recommended doses of good literature as an antidote to news, he himself was an occasional journalist. All but two of the nineteen essays in this volume, previously uncollected, first appeared in newspapers or magazines. They have in common Lewis's characteristic sanity and persuasiveness. Those written between 1940 and 1945 reflect largely on questions generated by the war: democratic values, the need for an updated chivarly, and the cynicism of the modern soldier. Other essays examine the threats to educational and spiritual fulfillment; while "Sex in Literature" and "On Living in the Atomic Age" address literary censorship and our very survival, issues debated even more passionately today than in Lewis's lifetime.
ISBN/SKU: 
9780062643599
Publication Date: 
2017-02-14
Pages: 
0
Author: 
Publisher: 
0