Reading “the Right Books”: C.S. Lewis on Reading Good Literature

Linda Dey discusses C.S. Lewis on reading good literature.

Eustace Clarence Scrubb, says Lewis, repeatedly had not read “the right books.” So what books should Eustace have read to equip him for his adventures in Narnia? Lewis has lots to say about what books to read, how to read them, and even how to teach them and how not to teach them. This workshop will consider Lewis’s ideas on reading and teaching good literature.

Linda Dey

Linda Dey is a co-founder, administrator and teacher at The Imago School in Maynard, MA, and a past member of the board of the Society for Classical Learning.

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