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Analysis Of The Book ' The Chronicles Of Narnia '

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Kendall Childers
Dr. Sagerson
ENGL 1302
September 14, 2015
Noble Act
Andrew Anderson’s film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, The Wardrobe starts off with four siblings who are escaping from the air strikes of World War II. The children escape to an old man’s mansion where they find a wardrobe that has a magical doorway to a mystical land called Narnia. While they are walking in Narnia their brother wonders off and finds the evil White Witch who lures him in through gluttony away from the siblings. The others find out more about the mysterious land through other talking animals and eventually make their way into a camp. The camp they find has the protector of the land as their leader Aslan; Aslan is the savior of Narnia from the evil White Witch. Toward the end of the film, a battle occurs between Aslan’s followers and the White Witch’s army; needless to say, Aslan’s side won and defeated the evil White Witch. After the battle, the siblings were crowned Kings and Queens of Narnia in place of Aslan, so Aslan himself can help other worlds. The end of the movie occurs, when the children are adults now, and they stumble across the other side of the wardrobe where they go back to the age they were before discovering Narnia. The film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe by Andrew Adamson demonstrate the humankind’s redemption through character and plot. Anyone who has seen The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe
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