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Adley, Lionel. C.S. Lewis' 'Great War' with Owen Barfield. Ink Books, 1978.
Barfield, Owen. Owen Barfield on C.S. Lewis. Ed. G. B. Tennyson. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1989.
Carpenter, Humphrey. The Inklings -- C. S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams and Their Friends. George Allen and Unwin Ltd. 1978, 1981, paperback edition Harper Collins, 2006.
Como, James T. ed. C. S. Lewis at the Breakfast Table and Other Reminiscences. 1979. San Diego, California: Harcourt Brace, 1992
Duncan, John Ryan. The Magic Never Ends. W Publishing Group, 2001.
Glaspey, Terry. C. S. Lewis His Life & Thought. 1996. Inspirational Press, first published as Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C. S. Lewis.
Goffar, Janine. The C. S. Lewis INDEX A Comprehensive Guide to Lewis's Writings and Ideas. Wheaton, Illinois: Crossway Books, 1995.
Gresham, Douglas. Jack's Life. A Life Story of CSL by his stepson. A refreshing, somewhat different look at Lewis's life from the perspective of a son.
Hooper, Walter. C. S. Lewis Companion & Guide. Great Britain: Harper Collins, 1996.
Kreeft, Peter. C.S. Lewis for the Third Millenium Ignatius Press, San Francisco, 1994.
Lindskoog, Kathryn. C.S. Lewis: Mere Christian Cornerstone Press, Chicago, Illinois, 1997.
Mills, David. The Pilgrim's Guide William B. Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, Michigan/Cambridge U.K., 1998.
Peters, Thomas C. Simply C.S. Lewis Crossway Books, Wheaton, Illinois, 1997.
Phillips, Justin. C. S. Lewis at the BBC ― Messages of Hope in the Darkness of War. Great Britain: Harper Collins, 2002.
Reed, Gerald. C.S. Lewis Explores Vice and Virtues. Beacon Hill Press, Kansas City, Missouri, 2001
Williams, Donald T. Inklings of Reality: Essays Toward a Christian Philosophy of Letters. Toccoa, Ga.: Toccoa Falls College Press, 1996. Lewis appears prominently in several chapters and has one devoted to him.
Williams, Donald T. Mere Humanity: G. K. Chesterton, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien on the Human Condition. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2006. The sections on Lewis (almost half of the book) deal with the doctrine of humanity laid out in The Abolition of Man and how it is incarnated in The Space Trilogy and The Chronicles of Narnia. There is also an appendix on Lewis as a literary theorist.