Gary Tandy, Ph.D., who is my new supervisor for the graduate Writing Center at George Fox University Portland Center, is a C.S. Lewis scholar. His recent contribution to the field is The Rhetoric of Certitude: C.S. Lewis’s Nonfiction Prose. A partial description of the work says,
While numerous studies on C. S. Lewis’s literary achievements have been published in the past several years, The Rhetoric of Certitude brings much-needed attention to Lewis’s nonfiction prose, identifying his unique style and explaining why his writing has remained popular while that of so many of his contemporaries has not.
Since I have had an interest in literary analysis, I will be picking up a copy. I hope to have a review will follow in the coming months, schedule and memory permitting.
Read the full description here.