Comparing C. S. Lewis The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

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Manipulative. Fearsome. Spiteful. These are three characteristics one associates with the White Witch, who is a character from C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. She is said to be part giantess while also being a descendant from Adam’s first wife Lilith. She is an evil witch who has named herself the Queen of Narnia although she is not the true queen at all as she is not even from Narnia but another land. Because of this she is shown to have magic that other inhabitants do not have which she used to help name herself queen. Regrettably, while she is ruling as this false queen she is shown to exhibit lass than desirable character traits you would want out of a
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