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The Screwtape Letters, a Stroll through the human soul
The Screwtape Letters: A Stroll into the Human Soul
In the novel The Screwtape Letters C.S Lewis uses point of view to allow the reader to see Hell's perspective, revealing man's follies. This is obtained through 31 letters from Screwtape to his nephew, Wormwood, advising him how to turn his patient to their side. Each letter addresses various aspects of the flaws of the human soul, and how the devil tempts the soul away from goodness to evil. These flaws revealed seem subtle, but collectively become much more dangerous to the liberty of the soul. Lewis uses the devil himself to capitaliz…
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