Editor says, what if Helen Joy Davidman (the beloved wife of C.S. Lewis) had lived? Part 2. Please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of the author(s).
Editor says, in this post we explore a comment from Jeff Provine ~ "Hope the diminished stress kept Lewis from renal failure. Who knows what else he could have churned out?" Because in OTL, he never returned to the fragment, suffering renal failure and dying himself just three years after his wife perished.
In fantasy author Neil Gaiman's 2004 short story "The Problem of Susan", the protagonist, Professor Hastings, is depicted dealing with the grief and trauma of her entire family's death in a train crash. In this way, Gaiman presents, in fictional form, a critique of Lewis' treatment of Susan. Editorial comments are entered in [light green] typeface.