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    professor of Mideval and Rennaissance literature in 1955. In addition to teaching, Lewis began to write and published his first major work, The Pilgrim’s Regress, in 1933. Following his first work was a series of children’s books known as The Chronicles of Narnia. Since then, the series has sold over 100 million copies. He published the first in the series, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, in 1950. Although it was often criticized for clashing elements, it remains a perfect mixture of courage and

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    into the realm of Narnia, they are quick to protect it from the hands of the White Witch. Peter is fair and just. Even though he is a little bit of a control freak, he always does the right thing. Susan is beautiful and gentle. There is more to her than meets the eye. Edmund is stubborn and does not like to be told what to do. Even though he betrays his siblings and follows the White Witch. he does what is right in the end. Lucy is very kind and faithful. She believes in Narnia even when no one

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    needed it, a few drops of the liqiud and they all healed. Finally, when everything ended Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy were crowned the Kings and Queens of Narnia. Peter was known as King Peter the Magnificent the High King, Susan as Queen Susan the Gentle, Edmund as King Edmund the Just, and Lucy as Queen Lucy the Valiant. They ruled Narnia for many years, untill one day they were in the woods, and found the old lamp post, not remembering what had happened many years before that. They followed the

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    The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe C.S. Lewis created a story of a fictional world called Narnia that was inside of a wardrobe. There were four siblings who found this world, once inside they saw numerous creatures like witches and centaurs that were symbols for something bigger. C. S. Lewis uses Christian symbolism in The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe through the characters of Aslan, Edmund, and the White Witch. “Not only was resurrected from death, but gives life back to the witch’s statues;

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    Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis

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    diabolical ideas onto others using his mastery of mass psychology (Adolf). This can be paralleled back to King Miraz for his dishonesty in tricking his kingdom into believing that Old Narnia was just a myth. An example was when King Miraz discovered that Caspian’s nurse was telling Caspian of the old days of Narnia. King Miraz was in a rage and removed her from her position in ... ... middle of paper ... ...t work to be a successful leader through the restoration of a broken government. Lastly

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    of this book is fantasy. Fantasy, in a sense, does not connect with reality. While imagination, on the other hand, is based off of events from reality. This book is considered to be such a theme because of Lucy’s discovery of the magical world of Narnia inside the wardrobe. She walked inside to find moth balls and fur coats. As she ventured further into the wardrobe, she soon discovered pine needles, coldness, and snow at her feet. An entirely different world was lain out before her. How strange

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    C.S. Lewis uses a secondary world, Narnia, to convey complex, thought-provoking messages to readers of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. This paper examines the way a selection of Narnia's key characteristics prompt debates over logic and faith, comment on the nature of spiritual and metaphysical journeys, allow readers to broaden their conception of their own capabilities, encourage new reflection on the story of Christ and help to clarify conceptions of good and evil. Narnia's first characteristic

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    The Relationship between Stories and Their Sources Most authors use some type of source when writing a story. The source could be religious, scientific, or something else that is inspiring to them. Even great writers such as Shakespeare had a source in which their stories came from. The source can be used for many different purposes. A certain author may use a source to show different parallels between two stories or to show similarities between events or characters. They may use the source to prove

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    atmosphere of pessimism for the oppressed Narnians. Meanwhile, the Pevensie children’s journey and Aslan leadership give them hope and strength to defeat the evil White Witch. The manner in which the author treats the hierarchy of othering within Narnia is also interesting as it disrupts the actual Narnian hierarchy set by the White Witch. Those who she favors are depicted as monsters by the author, and those not under her control are depicted as sensible and friendly. Additionally, looking at the

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    and Edmund met at the lamppost which is the border between Narnia and the real world. One day all the children had to hide from the housekeeper and so they went to the wardrobe. When they got in all four of them found themselves in Narnia. Lucy wanted them to meet Tumnus but he had been arrested. They set out to try to find him when they came across Mr. Beaver. He explained that all they could do is go see Aslan, who is the King of Narnia. The children all agreed except for Edmund because he liked

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