What We Can Learn from the Classical Education of C.S. Lewis

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Did you know? C.S. Lewis was classically educated. “He benefited greatly from his extensive content knowledge in languages, both ancient and modern; mythologies; and Old English literature. These are not subjects that come naturally to students, even students as bright as Lewis obviously was. Left to their own devices, most students would spend their time studying childish things that might interest them now but would be of little use in the long term. It is highly unlikely that Lewis could have constructed Narnia without the foundational content knowledge he acquired during his youth within rigorous and demanding classical schools.” [ READ MORE ]