This course will explore a selection of C.S. Lewis' fictional works for children and adults as well a number of his philosophical and apologetic works. The extent to which Lewis' expressed religious views and arguments were adapted and presented within his fiction will be considered. This class will investigate how the intended audience influenced Lewis' choice of techniques and treatment of various subjects. Messages especially relevant to modern readers including those regarding the environment, interpersonal relationships, and the "proper" roles of the sexes will also be considered.