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On the Origins of Evil

By Lawrence Watt-Evans

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This is one essay from the anthology Revisiting Narnia

C. S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia have stimulated imaginations for more than half a century, inspiring childhood wonder, earnest faith and spirited debate regarding Christian doctrine. Widely studied and revered, Lewis’ Chronicles are structured around deep paradigms and resounding questions: How do the books form such an intimate, personal bond with readers both young and old? Does Narnia betray some hidden Universalism in Lewis’ theology? What are we to think of the evil dark-skinned Calormenes from the South who seem to represent the Arab race? What really prevented Susan from entering Narnia? What does Aslan’s characterization as a “tame lion” say about Lewis’ thoughts on providence?

Contributors include:

  • Peg Aloi
  • David E. Bumbaugh
  • Jacqueline Carey
  • Marie-Catherine Caillava
  • James Como
  • Russell W. Dalton
  • Vox Day
  • Colin Duriez
  • Natasha Giardina
  • Wesley A. Kort
  • Nick Mamatas
  • Louis A. Markos
  • Sam McBride
  • Cathy McSporran
  • Ingrid Newkirk
  • Joseph Pearce
  • Martha C. Sammons
  • Peter J. Schakel
  • James V. Schall, S. J.
  • Sally D. Stabb, Ph.D.
  • Charlie W. Starr
  • Lawrence Watt-Evans
  • Naomi Wood
  • Mary Frances Zambreno
  • Sarah Zettel

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Shanna Caughey lives in Dallas, Texas.

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About the Author

Lawrence  Watt-Evans

Lawrence Watt-Evans published his first novel The Lure of the Basilisk at age 24, and has since written more than 30 novels, more than 100 short stories, more than 150 published articles and contributed to several previous Smart Pop titles. He has been an active member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America since 1982 and also belongs to Novelists Inc. He was a 1987 nominee for the Nebula Award for short story and a 1988 winner of the World Science Fiction Society’s Hugo Award for best short story. He has been a full-time writer and editor for more than 25 years, and has also worked as an instructor of Viable Paradise on Martha’s Vineyard, and at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, Md.

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