An adaptation of two key moments in C.S Lewis’ iconic classic, The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe: Chapter 4: When Lucy explains to Edmund who The White Which of Narnia is. Chapter 7: When Mr & Mrs Beaver have something very important to tell the children. More content: https://firebrandnotes.com Support us: https://firebrandnotes.com/give/
I think of this section in the essay most when I feel that urge to ‘capture’ – ie what I call the response to beauty that we all have to somehow press pause, bottle what we are in awe of in the hope of then being able to sip it very slowly like an aged, 50-year old single malt – to more slowly savour what we faintly taste.
Screwtape is a senior demon and his nephew, Wormwood, is a junior tempter. The Screwtape Letters by C S Lewis is an apologetic work that seeks to mock the devil by satirising his methods in tempting and limiting Christians in their relationship with God. It’s a series of letters between the two demons. It’s anContinue reading “Screwtape’s Law of Undulation”