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    Lewis, the second of seven installments in his The Chronicles of Narnia series. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe may seem at first like an intriguing story of sacrifice, heroes, and good overcoming evil. However, upon further review, it is easy to see that C.S. Lewis was trying to tell the story of Jesus Christ through this story. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe can be seen as a religious allegory. In the story, Aslan, the lion king of Narnia, represents Jesus, the evil White Witch represents

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    twice,” Aslan intones, not once, but twice in the new Narnia film Prince Caspian, almost as if to remind us that this second film in the series will be a different kind of flick. And indeed, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian differs from The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe noticeably. Unlike the first, this film begins in Narnia rather than in WWII-era England, home of the Pevensies. In the first film, there is no assurance that Narnia even exists outside the perception of the children, but

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    uninteresting. C.S Lewis uses development throughout The Chronicles of Narnia as a means to create vivid and more impressionable world. Lewis is able to captivate the reader by slowly developing the characters in a carefully planned out manner. The pacing and the general progression of the novel effectively draw the reader in and entice to delve deeper into the story. Lewis uses a wide variety of techniques to thoroughly develop The Chronicles of Narnia. If any aspect of a novel is weak, then the flow and

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    presentation of what he believes to be true about God and man, as observed by Dr. Bruce Lockerbie (177). The second book in the Narnia Series, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is no exception. In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, CS Lewis uses the vehicle of a children's fantasy novel to present latent Christian theology and beliefs. Children who read the Narnia Series do so for the action and excitement. Authorities say that they are likely to accept the actions and ideas without

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    critic books. However, the critic books influenced me in thinking some of my own and so I have added on to what I think Lewis was trying to refer just for the purpose of the situation. Critics have said that each of the seven novels in "The Chronicles of Narnia" addresses one of the seven deadly sins. It is certainly the case that "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," I realized has the sin of gluttony. Edmund is in the Witch's spell and gets manipulated with Turkish Delights. Since this is enchanted

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    is always trying to help people with there problems.The setting is first the early 1900’s in England and then in Narnia the fictional world the story is based on. The story begins with Edmund and Lucy sitting in there room talking about Narnia. Eustace is listening outside their door and comes in to make fun of them. There is a picture of a ship on the wall and as Eustace calls Narnia fake water begins coming into the room out of the picture. The next thing they know they are in the ocean and the

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    Beaver tells the kids that the faun was infact taken away by the witch. The children want to visit Aslan, who is the king of Narnia. The kids find out the Alsan is hardly ever in Narnia, and when he is everything is made better. They also find out the He is a lion. The kids are going to meet Aslan, but they have to complete a quest of sorts. Edmund goes missing. Chapter 9: (The story is now from Edmunds

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    The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe was one book out of a collection that reveals The Chronicles of Narnia. It was written by Clive Staples Lewis, better known as Jack Lewis. In this story, Lewis uses his characters to address several key points of interest such as: betrayal, forgiveness, and pride. Lewis uses these key points to reflect on Christian themes. This essay will compare "Deep and Deeper Magic from the Dawn of Time", the significance of the cracking of the Stone Table, and the role playing

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    Religious education and children's literature have enjoyed a long parallel history. The earliest children's books were little more than religious devotionals or bible stories rewritten with the express enjoyment of children in mind. As children's literature progressed, however, it began to move away from religious instruction and into works that focused more on story. This doesn't mean that the two became mutually exclusive as to this day many works that are still enormously popular with children

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    awaiting their train to take them back to school following a summer break. Suddenly, they are magically whisked away and wake up on a beach with an old castle towering overhead. The castle is the ruins of Cair Paravel, which is where they once ruled Narnia. Not only is the castle desolated, but they also discover that many of their special belongings are missing. Peter cannot find his sword and shield, Lucy lost her dagger and magic cordial, and Susan’s bow and arrows are gone as well. It has become

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