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Of course, Jack to Douglas is C. Lewis to the rest of the world. The informal address Gresham uses to refer to the great writer is indicative of the intimacy he shared with Lewis for a dozen years, living in England as Lewis's 's Life is /5(46). First published inJack's Book gives us an intimate look into the life and times of the "King of the Beats." Through the words of Jacks life book close friends, lovers, artists, and drinking buddies who survived him, writers Barry Gifford and Lawrence Lee recount Jack Kerouac's story, from his childhood in Lowell, Massachusetts, to his tragic end in Cited by: Jack's Life is an intimate look at the man, C.S.
Lewis by this adoring stepson, who has clearly modeled his life after his stepfather. Not an exhaustive overview of Lewis works, not a volumnous fact-by-fact retelling of Lewis' childhood, Jacks Life is a breezy, conversational book.5/5(5).
Douglas Gresham was just a misplaced boy when his mom, Joy Davidman, moved with her sons from America to England where they befriended legendary author C.S. Lewis. In time, Davidman and Lewis married, and 'Jack,' as the writer was known, helped to provide his new stepsons with fatherly care, love and wisdom.
Indeed, Douglas Gresham is uniquely qualifed to write the duly 5/5(1). Jack Wolff - The author and protagonist of the autobiography, Jack leads the reader through his troubled boyhood, which is plagued by domestic abuse and e his grim upbringing, Jack remains hopeful and is convinced that he is capable of a better life.
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Jack’s Life is one such book. It is the life story of C.S. Lewis (Jack) as told by Douglas Gresham, Lewis’s stepson through his marriage to Joy Davidman.
It is meant to be an intimate and personal account of Lewis’s life by someone who lived under the same roof with him for many years. Jack London was a 19th century American author and journalist, best known for the adventure novels White Fang and The Call of the Wild.
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Jack's Life The Life Story of C. Lewis (Book): Gresham, Douglas H., Douglas Gresham claims that Jack Lewis was the finest man and the best Christian he has ever known. Of course, Jack to Douglas is C.
Lewis to the rest of the world. The informal address Gresham uses to refer to the great writer is indicative of the intimacy he shared with Lewis for a dozen years. This book covers Jack's life from birth to age Jack Nicholson has such a gift for acting that it is, for me, almost unbelievable.
This book will let you in on his life so that you, the reader, can understand how this amazing talent came about.
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