Author:C. S. Lewis
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- The Pilgrim's Regress (1933)
- The Great Divorce (1946) - Probably didn't consider it SF.
- Surprised by Joy (1955) - Nonfiction.
- The World's Last Night (1960)
- The Dark Tower and Other Stories (1977) - published close to date of Reginald1.
- The Cosmic Trilogy (1990) - Published post-Reginald1.
- From Narnia to a Space Odyssey (2003) - Published post-Reginald1.
All entries reconciled with Reginald3. No conflicts discovered.
- Reginald1 lists the publisher for the first edition of The Last Battle as "London: Bodley Head", while Tuck has "London: Lane". "The Bodley Head" is short for "John Lane and Elkin Mathews - The Bodley Head", so these are probably equivalent.
- Ditto for The Magician's Nephew.
- Reginald1 doesn't list Walter Hooper as an editor for Of Other Worlds, Tuck does.
- Reginald1 gives a page count of 476 for the first edition of That Hideous Strength; Tuck 475. Sticking with Reginald.
Problems with Tuck:
- Tuck omits the publication date for the Toronto:Nelson version of Out of the Silent Planet, so it is not included here.
- Ditto for the Toronto:S.J.R. Saunders version The Screwtape Letters.
- Ditto for the Toronto:Nelson version of That Hideous Strength. What's up with Tuck and Canada? Eh?
- Ditto for the Toronto:Longmans version of The World's Last Night.
- The Japan editions aren't... lucid. Not included. The French editions are kinda there.
- Tuck is missing the first edition of The Pilgrim’s Regress. It should be 1933, not 1943.
All entries reconciled with Clute/Grant. Issues:
- Clute/Grant gives the date for The Great Divorce as 1946. Tuck lists the date as 1945. Wikipedia claims that the book was serialized 1944/1945. Library of Congress agrees that a 1945 edition exists.
All entries reconciled with Clute/Nicholls. Issues:
- Clute/Nicholls also lists Hooper as editor for The Dark Tower and Other Stories. Given the controversy over actual authorship of this work, and the fact that it was published posthumously, I think he should be listed here.
- Clute/Nicholls doesn't list Hooper on On Stories, and Other Essays in Literature.
- Clute/Nicholls doesn't list Hooper on Boxen: The Imaginary World of the Young C. S. Lewis, and doesn't list it as a collection.
- Reconciled all Wikipedia dates with the ISFDB.
- Added Wikipedia links to all titles with associated Wikipedia articles.
- Added ISFDB publication history links to all associated Wikipedia articles.
Check Narnia Translations and Editions site.