An Analysis of 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'

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The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe Lucy Pevensie: Lucy is the youngest girl of the four children who visit the magical land of Narnia through the mysterious closet of an old house. Lucy is a pure, generous trusting soul. Edmund Pevensie: Edmund is the youngest boy of the four children who visit Narnia, Edwin is spoiled and petulant. When the White Witch promises him he will be king and have more Turkish Delight if he hands over his sisters and brothers, he agrees. Mr. Tumnus: Mr. Tumnus is faun (half-human, half-deer) and one of the residents of Narnia. He is the first person Lucy befriends. The White Witch: The White Witch is the evil queen of Narnia who must be defeated. Aslan: Aslan is Narnia's rightful ruler in the guise of a lion Setting: The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe is initially set during World War II in an English country home. The story begins in the contemporary England of the author's day but quickly shifts to a fantasy kingdom called Narnia. Narnia is under the spell of the White Witch and the land is condemned to suffer eternal winter without Christmas as a result of the Witch's curse. LEFT SIDE Main problem: Will Narnia be freed from the spell of the White Witch? The story chronicles the efforts of four young children who free the magical kingdom of Narnia from the spell of an evil witch. The story begins when young Lucy enters into Narnia through a closet. There, she finds a magical world condemned to an eternal winter. Her
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