In Till We Have Faces, Lewis transforms the story of Cupid and Psyche by retelling the ancient tale from a Christian worldview. The novel represents a number of worldviews or ways of making sense of and living in the world, such as the Fox’s rationalism, the priest of Ungit’s religion, and Psyche’s faith. These ways of viewing the world affect how characters act and often produce conflict between characters. In a 2-page reflection in MLA format (Works Cited is required but is not counted in the total pages), choose a character from the novel and explain the character’s worldview and how this worldview affects the character’s action and interaction with other characters. How does Lewis indicate to readers whether this character’s worldview accounts well for reality and how might this relate to Lewis’s Christian worldview? Reflect on your own worldview and this novel might invite you to explore how you view the world. Note that you will not have completed the novel yet, so your speculation will be based on what you have seen so far in Book I.