ts mayjune 2014 cover2 227x300 From the May/June 2014 Issue of Touchstone: Aslan Knows BestDan DeWitt on the Chronicles of Cancer in the Life of C. S. Lewis

“Well, at any rate, we now have less chance of dying of cancer,” quipped C. S. Lewis in response to learning of Hitler’s invasion of Poland, knowing that his own country was on the brink of joining the war. As a World War I veteran, he knew the ugliness of combat. And for a man seldom without a pipe or cigarette, he also understood the risks of cancer. His droll response to the Nazi campaign illustrates that his life was indelibly marked by both war and cancer. And it’s difficult to tell which had the greater impact.

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Two more new articles from this issue at touchstonemag.com.