C.S. Lewis’ "The Screwtape Letters"
C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters
Long before Eleanor Shellstrop and the Soul Squad delved into the ethical aspects of heaven and hell on The Good Place, author C.S. Lewis penned this satirical novel diving into the mind of a demon, which was then adapted into this long-running two-person production. Declared “devilishly funny” by the Associated Press and “one hell of a good show” by the Wall Street Journal, The Screwtape Letters has plenty to forking say about human nature.
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