A Grief Observed is a book by C. S. Lewis about his grief after the death of his wife, Joy Davidman. After three years of marriage, Lewis' wife died of cancer and he experienced immense grief. The book is divided into four parts reflecting and his anger and sorrow, as well as questions of faith, memory, God and theodicy (the question of why bad things happen if there is an all-powerful God who is good).

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