London: Sheed and Ward, 1935. cloth. Hardcover : pp.  12-255  : top edge dyed red : map endpapers : olive green cloth covered boards lettered in red on the spine : illustrated dust wrapper.
Dust wrapper is price clipped and has wear and water spots to back cover and spine : top edge dye is splotchy : fore edge of text-block is foxed : internally clean. Good / Good. Item #1683
The book that started C.S. Lewis's career as the most popular Christian apologist of the twentieth century. An allegory of his own conversion story. Considered by some reviewers to be erratic but by most to contain 'not a dull moment'. (Bradley J. Birzer, 2019).