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    I am writing about the book The Magician’s Nephew. It is by C.S. Lewis and it is part of the Chronicles of Narnia series. This book is about two children who go on an unexpected adventure. At the beginning of this book, a young boy, Digory, learns that he has a new neighbor next door. The new next door neighbor is a family with a daughter named Polly. One day, they are both playing in their own backyards. Digory wants to meet the new neighbor so he says hello. She says hello. They start talking but

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    countless different villains, one seems to rise above the rest, and her name is mentioned in whispers throughout the entire series after her appearance in the first book. The White Queen is first spoken of in the first book of the series, The Magician’s Nephew when lost adventurers Polly and Diggory find her in her home world of Charn, where she is known as Jadis. She ultimately follows them into Narnia, where she begins to establish her reputation in the supposed thousand years between the first book

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    The Chronicles of Narnia and The Bible

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    his work, “The Chronicles of Narnia”, to reiterate the messages of the Bible to those who might have gotten lost during their lifetime. Though his whole series was full of connections the book that have the most prevalent connections are The Magician’s Nephew and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. In both there are places that are very similar to and very different books in the Bible. Taking into context when Lewis wrote this series is extremely important to see what some of his motivations might

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    Being a guinea pig in a situation can always lead to misfortunes happening, as this is exactly what happened to Polly and Digory when they went to explore Digory’s uncle’s attic. Best friends, Polly and Digory live right next to one another in London, England. It was around the year 1900 and an extremely cold, wet summer. One rainy day the two friends had nothing better to do than explore the common attic of all the houses on their street. While they are exploring the attics, they walk into a door

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    The Magician’s Nephew, by C. S. Lewis

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    The Magician’s Nephew is the genesis of Narnia. It all starts with a curious but cowardly Professor and two kids who want to find out what the Professor is doing so secretly in his lab. When they get there, the Professor tells the kids that he has found a way to travel between worlds and tricks them into trying his invention. Catastrophes and wondrous adventures follow. The Magician’s Nephew takes place in multiple worlds. It begins in this world, in the early 1900’s, in a normal British neighborhood

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    The Chronicles of Narnia: Book Report Digory and Polly were good friends. They both lived in England for all of their lives. One day they were playing when Polly wanted to show Digory her secret place. It was up in her attic. She hid many things there. She hid fruits and snacks to eat and a lot of other stuff to. Digory noticed a door across the attic. Back then the houses were connected together and they thought that if they would cross the rafters and open the door they could sneak

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    Quinton Ranzau English 12 CP Dawn Tigernina May 5, 2014 For my British Novel protect I read, The Magicians Nephew by C.S. Lewis. This book was published by Scholastic Inc.. C.S. Lewis also has had this book copyrighted in 1955 when he finished writing it. The particular version that I read had 202 pages in it. Digory Kirk is one of the main characters in The Magicians Nephew. He is a young boy who lives in London. Through the story Digory is an ambitious and brave young boy. He shows these

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    it through an individual character, Edmund. Before we delve into the temptation of LWW, let’s observe its prolegomena as found in The Magician’s Nephew: In the Genesis’ creation story, there are two rudiments of evil found—Adam and Eve’s direct disobedience to God's commandment (Gen 2-3), and the deception of the serpent (Gen 3). The Witch in The Magician's Nephew may be seen as a representation of the introduction of sin, but also, later in the story, as a figure representing the character of the

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    Cs Lewis Essay

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    “Courage is not simply one of the virtues but the form of every virtue at the testing point, which means at the point of highest reality.” Clive Staples Lewis, known as C.S. Lewis, was a popular Irish author, famous for his Christian works, especially “The Chronicles of Narnia.” Throughout his novels, Lewis enlightened his readers with his views about faith. Although his novels were revolved around Christianity, Lewis was not always a believer. There were many things that influenced Lewis as a writer

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    C.S. Lewis is the author of the popular book series: The Chronicles of Narnia. In The Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis utilizes the understandings of Augustine as well as his own understandings of myths to help better explain concepts of Christianity for younger generations. Despite C.S. Lewis’s claims, The Chronicles of Narnia qualifies as an allegory due to the way the characters and events in the book series are portrayed similar to those in biblical text. The presence of the Christian allegory becomes

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