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In From Narnia to a Space Odyssey: The War of Letters Between Arthur C. Clarke and C. S. Lewis, the first very short letter from Lewis to Clarke (December 7, 1943), Lewis is responding to Clarke's accusation that Lewis sees all SF as trashy space opera and that Lewis' portrait of Weston is colored by that. Lewis responds: I don't of course think that at any ...


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It seems that none of his works have been successfully adapted for screen treatment. At the very least, he has not been listed in the official credits of any films or television series. That being said, the rights to his novel Odd John were purchased in the early 1960s by sci-fi animator and producer George Pal. It had been reported in 1966 that David ...


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In relation to @Praxis 's comment; Many have been wondering this for many years, and in a few podcasts about science fictions I've heard people point out that opportunities for screen treatment lie within L&F Men/Star Maker. Entire novels/films could be made from nothing more than a couple of pages... To the point: I actually reached out to someone ...


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