Hektoen International

A Journal of Medical Humanities

Tag: C.S. Lewis

  • The Medical Inkling: R.E. Havard, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien

    Sarah O’Dell Irvine, California, United States   R.E. Havard and C.S. Lewis at The Trout Inn, Oxford, circa 1950s. Private collection. Used with permission of the Havard Family.  In a smoky back corner of an Oxford pub and the book-filled rooms of Magdalen College, the celebrated writing group known as the “Inklings” gathered, debated, and laughed…

  • Love, cancer, and the caregiver’s faith of C.S. Lewis

    Joshua Niforatos Cleveland, Ohio, United States   Author C.S. Lewis wears a bathrobe in his house. Photo by © Norman Parkinson Poi se torno all’ eternal fontana. Dante Alighieri, Paradiso, Canto XXXI   C.S. Lewis, the medieval and Renaissance scholar of Oxford and Cambridge Universities, wrote prolifically on myriad topics and won international recognition early in…