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I have to admit that the first time I read Weight of Glory was before I had read any of Lewis' other works. Since then I have had a chance to read many of his other works, both fiction and non-fiction.
I can say with certainty that having read Weight of Glory helped immensely with all of his other books. The same threads that Lewis weaves with throughout his other works in various degrees, all show up here in Weight of Glory, completely undisguised. In The Silver Chair Lewis talks about many issues using fictional characters and situations, and in the Abolition of Man Lewis again deals with some of these same issues in a very (overly???) analytical way, but in The Weight of Glory those… Read more