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    The Wicked Witch and Snow White

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    The Wicked Witch and Snow White Edith Wharton presents two memorable characters in her novel, Ethan Frome. The reader is presented with Mattie Silver who is young, and good-natured, and Zeena Frome, who is a bitter hypochondriac seven years her husband’s senior. Upon a first inspection, Zeena Frome and Mattie Silver of Edith Wharton’s Ethan Frome seem to be extreme opposites in every respect, but upon closer scrutiny, one finds though they are indeed different in character, though they eventually

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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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    different ways the good versus the bad is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, written by C.S Lewis. The author of this novel uses literary elements to demonstrate the idea of good and evil, an example of which would be characterisation. Aslan and the White Witch embody the characteristics of the good and the evil, two of which are their physical and psychological descriptions and their actions in the novel. First of all, Aslan and the White Witch are the representation of the good and evil throughout

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    Witch and giant

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    until it reached a little white witch that lived with her little witch-folk in the same kingdom. You have to understand that while her sorcery was forceful, she never used it for evil and so she was a white witch. She spent her days speaking good of both giants and witches and through her words folks came to admire the ones that she spoke about. She lived in her little world undisturbed by dreams of grandness and power. She was happy to be just that, a little, white witch. One day, as it usually happens

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    Narnia: The Characters and Beyond

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    start of the book, Lucy has displayed many traits that named her to be a kind and caring girl. Even though she was the youngest of the family she still was the one who was the most caring and respectful. An example was after meeting Mr. Tumnus the White Witch captured the poor faun because he betrayed her by not giving Lucy to her. Mr. Tumnus risked his life in order for the protection and safety of a girl he hardly knew. When he revealed that he actually was supposed to give her to the queen, Lucy

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    Beowulf, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe have characters which protray the hero’s journey. In Beowulf, Beowulf stands out as a narcissistic knight who travels to a distant country in order to prove his worthiness by fighting not one, but three attackers and dying in order to save the Heorot. Sir Gawain is tested but the Green Knight not mentally, but physically. Even being betrayed by her own brother, Lucy overcomes her anamocity and saves Edmund. These three

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    The importance of a character may not be seen significant at first, but could become very critical when trying to analyze parts of a story. The book, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” by C.S. Lewis, introduces an important character at the beginning of the novel. Characters that are seen as being minor can also play an important part by just being present, because they could alter the outcome of the plot. This character is not seen as being important at first, but we find out he is the reason

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    The Chronicles of Narnia

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    CS Lewis was a Christian author who used his imagination to both entertain and inspire. The film 'The Chronicles of Narnia', produced by Mark Johnson and Philip Stuer, is a cinematic adaptation of the book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. The book is the first in a series of seven books Lewis wrote titled The Chronicles of Narnia. The movie has a very strong alignment with the Bible, some of the ways this is conveyed are: through the use of plot, set design, symbolism, characters and the way

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    The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe is a children’s fantasy novel by Clive Staples (C.S.) 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

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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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