Wheaton College to screen C.S. Lewis documentary.(Neighbor)

Byline: M. J. Porter Daily Herald Staff Writer

C.S. Lewis may not be on the best-seller list, but it is estimated that his 38 books have sold more than 200 million copies worldwide and remain in print 38 years after his death.

"The Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C.S. Lewis," the first North American television documentary about him, will be given a free public advance showing at 3 p.m. Oct. 28 in Edman Chapel of Wheaton College, 401 E.. Franklin St., Wheaton.

After the screening, a Scholar Symposium will focus on Lewis' life and works and the relevance to the events of Sept. 11.

The symposium panel includes Christopher Mitchell, director of Wheaton College's Marion E. Wade Center, and Marjorie Mead, the center's associate director. Both have been involved with the scholarly research of the project for the past two years along with Lyle …

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