Re: [mythsoc] circumstances of C.S. Lewis's marriage to Debra Winger
- Diamond--If you read my whole post, I think you'll see that I wasn't giving an opinion. I was asking for information on the subject because I'd "heard" it and wondered if anyone had _actual_ information. Thank you for yours.--Trudy
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Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 4:04 PM
Subject: Re: [mythsoc] circumstances of C.S. Lewis's marriage to Debra Winger
In a message dated 2/25/02 6:51:19 AM Central Standard Time,
> That until he met her, he was of the opinion that women were simply *not*
> intelligent as men.
The man who knew, and debated with, and shared a faith with, Elizabeth
>That the change can be seen from the earlier Narnia
> books, where the girls are told not to go into battle
And what does battle have to do with intelligence?
Not trying to flame you, Trudy, and willing to concede that Lewis' opinion of
women may well have changed and deepened over time, just suggesting the
matter's a bit more complex than that.
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