C S Lewis spent the autumn term of 1910 as a boarder at CAMPBELL COLLEGE, BELFAST. In later life Lewis wrote for the school magazine.
[Photo courtesy of Charles Bateman Photography]
Lewis remembered the bare, brick, passages and the constantly-moving crowds of boys. "Like living permanently in a large railway station", he wrote.
Lewis liked his English teacher at Campbell and might have been happy there, had he been allowed to settle. But the boy fell ill, and Albert Lewis then sent his son away to a boarding school in England.
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