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- Watch each video in the chapter to review all key topics.
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- Complete your review with the Context & Analysis chapter exam.
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Students Will Review:
This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about the context and analysis of The Screwtape Letters for a standard literature course. Topics covered include:
- A biography of the author, C.S. Lewis
- The format and style of the novel
- Themes in The Screwtape Letters
- An analysis of this book
- Notable quotes from The Screwtape Letters
1. CS Lewis: Biography, Books & Poems
CS Lewis's career spanned the genre's of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction; his famous Narnia series has never been out of print since its publication, and he is considered one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century. This lesson will introduce you to the author's life, discuss his contributions to literature and Christian theology, and finish with a quiz to test your knowledge.
2. Who Wrote The Screwtape Letters? - About CS Lewis
In this lesson, you'll learn about the life, education, and faith of C.S. Lewis. Explore the role his faith played in his writing, and how his experience in war influenced him as he wrote ''The Screwtape Letters''.
3. What Are The Screwtape Letters? - Format & Style
C.S. Lewis' 'The Screwtape Letters' are written in an epistolary framework. In this lesson, we'll define epistolary literature and learn how writing in an epistolary framework benefits the message C.S. Lewis wishes to get across in his novel.
4. The Screwtape Letters Themes
A discussion of what theme is and how it appears in C.S. Lewis' novel 'The Screwtape Letters.' In this novel there are several different minor and major themes that appear and affect one another.
5. The Screwtape Letters Analysis
Can the downfall of humankind begin with small vices? This lesson analyzes key elements of ''The Screwtape Letters,'' including key ideas, genre, historical background, and major topics and themes.
6. Important Quotes from The Screwtape Letters
The thought-provoking and inspiring words that C.S. Lewis chooses in his writing led to some memorable quotes. In this lesson, we will review some important quotes from 'The Screwtape Letters'.
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