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Symbolism in "Perelandra" by C.S. Lewis.
British author C.S. Lewis's Perelandra is one of the most religiously relevant fantasy novels ever written. Set on the exotic planet of Perelandra (Venus), it contains within its pages the Creation legend of Adam and Eve, set in our time but in a different world. Perelandra is a story of an unspoiled world, the Garden of Eden denied to the residents of earth but still open to the two inhabitants of Perelandra. C.S. Lewis uses this unspoiled planet to retell the biblical creation myth of Adam and Eve. In the novel, Maleldil, the supernatural ruler of the Solar System sends the English philo…
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