Similarities And Differences Between The Lion The Witch And The Book And Book

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As any good book that has been made into a movie, there are several differences between C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe book and the movie. Some of the parts of the story discussed will show some of the differences between the book and the movie and how this relates to Christianity. In my opinion, I prefer the book over the movie as I think it better represents how the story relates to Christianity, but I also enjoy the movie as it gives a visual representation of following Christ through difficult times.
During one part of the story, the Pevensie children are at the Beavers’ house when the youngest boy leaves to go to the White Witch. There are a few differences between the two when it comes to Edmund at the castle. Before Edmund knew who the Witch really was, she tempted him and told him she would give him great things for a price, and it seemed impossible to pass up. She told him he would become a prince and she would give him as much candy as he wanted. In the movie, it shows that Edmund abandoned his family and traveled to the White Witch’s Castle and when Edmund arrives at the castle, after a little while he is chained up next to the Lucy’s friend, the faun, Mr. Tumnus. Then he is offered stale bread and water, which was frozen into ice. He gives Tumnus his bread, and afterwards Tumnus is taken to be turned into stone. In the book, when Edmund arrives at the castle, he walks through the castle to meet the White Witch and only sees a faun in a cell,

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