“The Timeless Writings of C.S. Lewis”

I noted this important exchange (477):  When asked, “What Christian writers have helped you?,” C.S. Lewis replied,

The contemporary book that has helped me the most is Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man.  Others are Edwyn Bevan’s book, Symbolism and Belief, and Rudolf Otto’s The Idea of the Holy, and the plays of Dorothy Sayers.  [Footnote: “Such as The Man Born To Be King (London, 1943; reprinted Grand Rapids, 1970).”]