What is the theme of The Great Divorce?
The primary themes of The Great Divorce are moral choice and the absolute disunion of heaven and hell.
Is The Great Divorce an allegory?
C.S. Lewis‘ work entitled The Great Divorce is an allegory of the way that Lewis himself views Heaven and Hell.
What is the conflict in The Great Divorce?
The main conflict surrounds the surrender of all earthly burdens to be in God’s presence. Some characters choose to remain in the shadows of grey town, clinging to their earthly pain rather than surrendering to God’s eternal love and brightness.
WHO said further up and further in?
Bree-hee-hee! Come further up, come further in!” This passage contains one of the main reasons we read Narnia in the first place.