Narnia: The Characters and Beyond Essay

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`Right from the 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 replied, “ No, I am sure you wouldn’t do any of that.” ( page 17) This shows how she sees the good in people no matter what they do. It also reveals that she believes in second chances. When she discovered that Mr.Tumnus was …show more content…
`Right from the 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 replied, “ No, I am sure you wouldn’t do any of that.” ( page 17) This shows how she sees the good in people no matter what they do. It also reveals that she believes in second chances. When she discovered that Mr.Tumnus was captured she quickly replied “ We can’t go home, not after this. It is all on my account that the poor Faun got into this trouble. We must simply try to rescue him. (page 60) Even after Peter, her eldest brother, tried to consult with her. She really wanted to save him. This really reveals the caring side of Lucy because she is willing to risk her life in order to save Mr. Tumnus even though she hardly knew him. These examples constantly show Lucy’s selflessness and reveal her determination to help others before she cares for herself.

Despite Lucy’s caring and loving side she is also somewhat immature. Soon after exploring Narnia, she meets Mr.Tumnus, the faun who invited her for tea. As soon as he reveals that he is actually a spy for the
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