C.S. Lewis, author of Chronicles of Narnia will have a memorial stone dedicated to him in the Poets' Corner at Westminster Abbey in central London.
Lewis is the man behind the works such as The Pilgrim's Regress and The Space Trilogy novels and his most famous creation, The Chronicles of Narnia, which was made into a film.
The novelist, poet, essayist and literary critic's stone will be accompanied by Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy. Westminster Abbey is where these literary figures were buried or hold a memorial stone to their name. Lewis was however buried in Oxford and his service was aptly held on 22nd November in memory of his birthday. He died when he was only 64 years old.
Female First Lucy Walton