C.S. Lewis tells us that That Hideous Strength is in effect a “novelization” of The Abolition of Man. Using evidence from both texts, show how this is true. How does one work illuminate the other? What principal themes or concerns do they share?

C.S. Lewis tells us that That Hideous Strength is in effect a “novelization” of The Abolition of Man. Using evidence from both texts, show how this is true. How does one work illuminate the other? What principal themes or concerns do they share?

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C.S. Lewis tells us that That Hideous Strength is in effect a “novelization” of The Abolition of Man. Using evidence from both texts, show how this is true. How does one work illuminate the other? What principal themes or concerns do they share?