Un fantástico viaje entre el Cielo y el Infierno En El Gran Divorcio, C. S. Lewis de nuevo utiliza su formidable talento para contar fábulas y alegorías. En un. C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis, “Jack” to his intimates, was born on November 29, in Belfast, Ireland. His mother died when he was 10 years old and his lawyer. 2 ReviewsWrite review html?id=m7DnW0R1BGIC. El gran divorcio: un sueño. By C. S. Lewis. About this .

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Si insistimos en quedarnos con el Infierno o incluso la Tierra no veremos el Cielo: Emma Secton Nope, not at all.

There was no excess, there was defect. To ask other readers questions about El c.s.oewis divorcioplease sign up. There are problems with the story, but there are bound to be when speaking of things beyond time and understanding. Those who love misery demand that others share their misery. He enjoyed writing about, and reading, literature of the past, publishing such works as the award-winning The Allegory of Loveabout the period of history known as the Middle Ages.

El gran divorcio: Un sueño by C.S. Lewis (3 star ratings)

Okay, maybe he was…just a tad. That kind is sometimes perfectly ready to plunge the soul divorcoi say they love in endless misery if only c.s.elwis can still in some fashion possess it. In chapter 11 we also observe a scenario in which we see how natural love can be warped by our humanity and turned into something quite ugly.

I believe the narrator is a sort of stand in for C. What follows are a bunch of conversations that the narrator overhears.

El gran divorcio: un sueño

If she had loved him Interesting read with good insights into the various ways in which people make themselves miserable. The solid being could just have taken off the reptile and kill it. Lewis, in my view, provides the best explanations of how heaven works, or more specifically how it can be that a loving God and hell can coexist.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Now, I do believe it because Jesus so clearly taught it, and his apostles followed clearly in his footsteps.

A doctrinal book might be more straightforward, but this story is very thought provoking!

El gran divorcio: Un sueño

Very thought provoking and convicting. Lewis, I tip my hat to you for choosing such a worthy usher through paradise.

Without that self-choice there could be no Hell. There was also talk of love and how a person can love another person for survival or because of some other necessity that should be abandoned and turned towards God and his endless wisdom because he is the only true love, all the others being concepts of human need that they do not understand at least this is how I interpreted it. However, what Lewis misses is the torment that they still face there. What helped me the most was discussing it with my friend, Kathleen, and answering study guide questions together.

CS Lewis is a writer who always makes me think and this book grsn no exception. In this way humans are helped in a much more equalized relationship -though far from equal- that leaves them with a genuine rgan. Lewis is doing with this text. And it is from this perspective that I suspect Lewis makes it too simple, that Lewis calls us back to a universe that never really did hold it all together, even if it did once exist. Sure, it is well written and flows like a honey but I did not see the appeal of it.

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I wonder if it really is that simple. It is pretty heady stuff, and disturbingly unsettling.

It’s the Blackstone Audio version that includes the Abolition of Man grqn I didn’t listen to, it required more concentration than I could wl while driving a car. The Great Divorce does not disappoint in that respect.

And I actually agree with him here. I am not a very religious person and I rarely read books that have a heavy religious spin to them, but this book really confused me. Even for those who are not religious, we can see ourselves doing the same if we look deep within.