The most comprehensive collection of essays written by C. S. Lewis was edited by Lesley Walmsley in 2000 and published in London. At just over 1,000 pages it is the largest of its kind. And although it was published rather recently, the book has already passed out of print and is now something of a collectible relic for Lewis fans.
C. S. Lewis: Essay Collection and Other Short Pieces is a goldmine. Used copies of the large collection of 137 essays, letters, and short stories can be found, but for a price. A few rare hardcovers (and a few even rarer paperbacks) start at $150!
Another way to get the collection is in a $35 audiobook through Audible. I’ve been listening for a few days now, and loving it. The 39 hours of essays is read by the late British actor, Ralph Cosham (1936–2014).
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