We give lavish attention to C.S. Lewis the apologist and to Lewis the fiction writer, but most modern readers know little to nothing about a third Lewis: Lewis the medievalist. In his new book, The Medieval Mind of C.S. Lewis: How Great Books Shaped a Great Mind, Jason M. Baxter provides an introduction to the literary and theological substance of what we may call, following Baxter’s own clues,

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