Due to its absence of color, white has been a symbol of purity amongst many cultures throughout the world. The color white is merely a reflection of all the colors of the visible spectrum of light. Because of this, the first white marble represents Aslan, who is the symbol of hope across the fictitious land of Narnia. The lamp post is representative of Aslan; this portrays the eternal flame symbolizing hope, and serves as a simple reminder that no matter how dark night is, hope will be there to light the way for those who are lost in darkness. The relationship between fire an...
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