A short novel by C.S. Lewis, based on a dream vision of his, in which he reflects on the Christian conceptions of hell, heaven and human self-deceit. The narrator joins a bus trip from a gloomy town to a glorious country, where he witnesses the choices and consequences of different souls. The Great Divorce is a vivid and thought-provoking allegory that challenges the reader to examine their own spiritual condition.

Author: C. S. Lewis
Pages: 52

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