Thursday, March 16, 2006

Japanese Katakana Dictionary - C.S.Lewis

シー・エス・ルイス

English:
C. S. Lewis

Katakana:
シー・エス・ルイス

Romanization:
shi e'su ru'i'su
(e and su; ru, i and su need to be pronounced separately)

His name is also commonly written as C. S. ルイスor CS ルイス in Japanese.

Name in full:
クライブ・ステープルス・ルイス

English:
Clive Staples Lewis

Katakana:
クライブ・ステープルス・ルイス

Romanization:
kuraibu suteepurusu ru'i'su
(ru, i and su need to be pronounced separately)


Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 – 22 November 1963) who is commonly referred to as C. S. Lewis, is well known for his fantasy novels such as his children’s series The Chronicles of Narnia. He is also known for his work on medieval literature and his Christian apologetics.

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