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Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Kirkpatrick in front of their home in Little Bookham circa 1920.

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The most prevalent figure of Lewis' early life was W.T. Kirkpatrick (left). From Kirkpatrick, Lewis developed not only his reading and writing skills, but also solidified his views as an atheist and realist that would take him through his undergraduate years.