Saturday, January 17, 2009

The Wit and Wisdom of C. S. Lewis

"To sleep under the stars, to drink nothing but well water and to live chiefly on nuts and wild fruit, was a strange experience for Caspian after his bed with silken sheets in a
tapestried chamber at the castle, with meals laid out on gold and silver dishes in
the anteroom, and attendants ready at his call. But he had never enjoyed himself
more. Never had sleep been more refreshing nor food tasted more savory."

Prince Caspian

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