Clive Staples Lewis was educated in England, attending Oxford in 1917. World War I interrupted his studies and Lewis served in the trenches for two years. In 1919 he returned to Oxford, where he remained until 1954. An atheist, Lewis converted to Christianity in 1929, and spent his life pursuing many interests: his acclaimed Narnia books and a trilogy of space travel novels; books concerning religion; and an academic career in medieval and renaissance literature. In 1955, Lewis moved on to Magdalen College, Cambridge University; in 1956 he married Joy Davidman Gresham, who died in 1960. Lewis survived her by three years.
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In the last days of Narnia, far up to the west beyond Hantun Waste and close beside the great waterfall there lived and Ape.
Armageddon comes upon the magical land of Narnia in the final volume of the classic children's fantasy series. An unscrupulous ape named Shift persuades a sweet-natured but easily misled donkey to dress up in a lionskin and pretend to be Narnia's guardian, the lion Aslan. When Shift uses the masquerade to grab power for himself and oppress the creatures of Narnia, King Tirion, Narnia's final ruler, must battle against the followers of the false Aslan as well as an invading army from Calormene. Aiding the king in his efforts are the English children Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole (last seen in THE SILVER CHAIR),
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