• Spirits in Bondage: A Cycle of Lyrics

  • Praeteritus Classics, Book 1
  • By: C. S. Lewis
  • Narrated by: Gordon Greenhill
  • Length: 1 hr and 26 mins
  • 3.4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

C. S. Lewis' first published work. Printed by William Heinemann in 1919, it is the first of Lewis' corpus to enter the pubic domain. This edition features an original preface by Lewis scholar Gordon Greenhill, who also administers the world's most complete image collection of Lewis' English editions at www.cslewiseditions.com.

Public Domain (P)2018 Greenhill Book and Audio

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A Very Well Read Series of Short Lytics

As an audiobook this narration is outstanding. However these lyrics are not simple and required my full attention. I had to read all of these repeatedly just to begin to comprehend them. I really like the opportunity to read very early work of C. S. Lewis published in 1919. This is not the C. S. Lewis that I am used to. My sense is he was affected by World War I as were many others. I also felt a sense of the seeds of thought of The Chronicles of Narnia. Very interesting, but not simple. Thank You…