His C.S. Lewis, his letters to children, c1985 CIP t.p. (C.S. Lewis) text (known as Jack Lewis; Clive Staples Lewis)
His Dymer, c1926.
His Kirisutokyō no kaku shin, 1963 t.p. (C.S. Ruisu)
Prosto khristianstvo, 1990 t.p. (Klaĭv Lʹi︠u︡is)
The voyage of the Dawn Treader, c2000 t.p. (C.S. Lewis) p. 3 of cover (b. in Belfast in 1898)
Wikipedia, WWW, June 15, 2011 (b. 29 Nov. 1898 in Belfast, Ireland; died 22 Nov. 1963 in Oxford, England; Irish-born British novelist, academic, medievalist, literary critic, essayist, lay theologian and Christian apologist; known to friends and family as Jack; on the English faculty at Oxford University and later at Cambridge University; novelist, scholar, broadcaster who wrote fantasy, science fiction, Christian apologetics, children's literature)