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cs Lewis w4ited 4ite novels in 4ite days.

No, CS Lewis was clean shaven.

Do you possibly mean CS Lewis? Do you possibly mean CS Lewis?

in his youth, CS Lewis was a boy. Later, he became a man.

CS Lewis married Joy Gresham. She was also an author.

CS Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland on 29 November 189.

CS Lewis suffered a heart attack

Cs lewis favorite sport was tackle football NRL

Clive Staples Lewis - known to his friends and family as Jack

CS Lewis has not been canonised.

CS Lewis lived in Ireland and in England. Ireland is an island. England is part of the island of Great Britain. So, yes, CS Lewis lived on an island.

CS Lewis was almost 65 years old when he died on 22 November 1963.

CS. < thats one dot on the side

The name of c.s lewis is charles steven lewis

CS Lewis's novels are in the genre of Fantasy. However, it should be noted that CS Lewis also wrote numerous theological works.

no. C.S. Lewis had a brother.

C.S. Lewis was a professor of philosophy.

C.S. Lewis, or Clive Staples lewis, was a man.

JRR Tolkien was actually involved with the conversion of CS Lewis, being greatly influential in CS Lewis becoming a Christian.

CS Lewis was born in 1898, so lived for all but two years of his life in the twentieth century.

CS Lewis passed away in 1963. The Goosebumps series is written by R.L. Stine since 1992.

CS Lewis' favourite color was of course...... GREEN! who doesn't like the color green?!

CS Lewis had just one brother, Warren Hamilton Lewis, born three years earlier than CS Lewis, on 16 June 1895.

yes he was married

No, he was not a janitor.

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