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CS Lewis honoured with Poets' Corner memorial

CS Lewis honoured with Poets' Corner memorial

Writer CS Lewis has been honoured with a memorial stone in Westminster Abbey later, 50 years after his death.  The stone has been placed in Poets' Corner, alongside renowned literary figures including Chaucer and Dickens.  Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams - a fan of his work - gave the main address at the ceremony.  Lewis, born in 1898, is best known for the Chronicles of Narnia series, which has sold 100 million copies worldwide and been adapted for screen and stage. His other work includes The Screwtape Letters and the Ransom Trilogy novels.

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