SPENSER'S IMAGES OF LIFE | By C. S. Lewis

Spenser’s Image of Life (SIL)

Spenser’s Images of Life​ consists of notes left by C. S. Lewis at his death of Spenser’s The Faerie Queen. The book was compiled by Alasair Fowler and published by Cambridge University Press in 1967. Two settings of this work exist.

SETTING 1

C1a

Cambridge University Press (November 2, 1967)
Printing: Brooke Crutchley, University Printing House, Cambridge

Red hardback with gold author/title in burgundy box on spine
Jacket by Will Carter: White author over black title over white editor on burgundy field on white cover
ISBN: 521-05546-6
143 pages

Printing History:
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SIL1-C1a-1-67-Jacket front

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C1b

Cambridge University Press (1977)
Printing: [Unseen]

Paperback reprint of C1a: White Author over black title over white editor on red cover

Printing History:
1. 1977
2. 1988

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SIL1-C1b-x-x-Cover

SETTING 2

C2

Cambridge University Press (November 11, 2013)
Printing: University Printing House, Cambridge, UK (US by Cambridge University Press, New York)

Canto Classics Edition
Paperback by Andrew Ward: White author over white title all under green acorns on brown cover
ISBN-10: 1107691133
ISBN-13: 978-1-107-69113-1
Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
143 pages

Printing History:

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SIL2-C2-x-x-Cover.