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  • Symbolism In The Chronicles Of Narnia

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    In the series, The Chronicles of Narnia, written by a Christian author named C.S. Lewis, wrote the series as fun entertainment for young folks. C.S. Lewis actually grew up as an atheist, but later became the most popular convert to Christianity in the twentieth century. He was converted to Christianity at the age of thirty-three and from there on out he devoted his life to promote and write about Christianity (Byfield). In The Chronicles of Narnia, there are several symbols and references to the

  • Beauty In The Chronicles Of Narnia

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    theme into an extensive, greater idea to construct it in what he wrote. Throughout The Chronicles of Narnia, he expresses the beauty he sees in disorder. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Magicians Nephew, and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader are three of the main books that he shows his admiration. If Lewis had not used the literary elements of animals and planets in The Chronicles of Narnia series, then these books would lack the true art and connotation of what Lewis wants to portray throughout

  • Narnia Analysis

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    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe Narnia; A magical world full of mythical beasts, talking animals and dreams. It’s what every kid wishes to see when they open up their wardrobe, but not is all as it seems. ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe’ is a fantasy film adaption on the book series; The Chronicles of Narnia, written by C.S Lewis (Clive Staples Lewis)

  • Narnia Essay

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    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe written by C. S. Lewis is a film adaptation of a fairly fantasy tale. It shows exciting adventures of four English children – Lucy, Edmund, Peter and Susan - who found the magical land of Narnia by way of a wardrobe that they found out in the house of elderly professor where they were sent by their mother. The scene in the book stats with Peter’s proposal to explore in the house to pass the time during a rainy day. Everyone agreed

  • The Seven Books in The Chronicles of Narnia

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    The seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia series contain tales of a fantasy world with talking mythical animals. Does this fantasy series for children hold a deeper meaning? The C.S. Lewis’ series ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ may not be a direct parallel to Christian symbolism, but the stories and characters of Narnia do contain parallel biblical truths. Lewis’ The Magicians Nephew and The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe both hold Christian allegory, revealing a variety of religious prophecies

  • The Chronicles of Narnia and The Bible

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    throughout time. In many cases authors use fiction to make political commentary, use stories to bring out the major flaws that society has, as well as a way to spread different types of beliefs or ideals. C.S. Lewis’s used his work, “The Chronicles of Narnia”, to reiterate the messages of the Bible to those who might have gotten lost during their lifetime. Though his whole series was full of connections the book that have the most prevalent connections are The Magician’s Nephew and The Lion, the Witch

  • Analysis Of The Book ' If The Chronicles Of Narnia '

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    If The Chronicles of Narnia is read in chronological order, C.S. Lewis introduces Polly Plummer as his first main female character in The Magician’s Nephew. However, the title indicates this story is not about her; it is about Digory, the magician’s nephew. She explores and travels with Digory as his friend, but her involvement in the story is mainly seen through her impact on Digory’s perspective and decisions. Nevertheless, by the same feminist ideology that declares each person prove her own merit

  • Narnia - the Magicians Nephew

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    Chapter 1 Who are the main characters introduced in Chap. 1? The main characters introduced in Ch. 1 are Digory and Polly. How do they meet? They meet when Digory climbs into Polly’s yard. Why has the boy been crying? The boy has been crying because he lives with his mysterious aunt and uncle and his mother is about to die.  What is the setting (where does the story take place, and what time of year is it)? The story takes place in London during the summer. How does the weather

  • Jesus In The Chronicles Of Narnia

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    Aslan, in the Chronicles of Narnia, represents Jesus for many reasons. One main reason is that Aslan gives his life to save Edmund in the same way that Jesus sacrificed his own life to save us. Edmund was known as a traitor and the only way to remove that label was to get blood. Similarly, the only way to pay the price of sin is for a sinless person to die. Aslan’s death itself parallels Jesus’. When Aslan gives himself up for Edmund, the White Witch has him tied up and bound to the table, which

  • Literary Themes Of ' Narnia '

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    themes of Romanticism such as chaos, children, the others/outsider and imagination. Narnia strategically uses allegory, such as Christianity to take the reader on a journey that displays the message of young innocence, salvation, and hope. “Daughter of is not something that I have done...I’m doing it now in this very moment” (Lewis 20). This quote was a very powerful and an important scene in Narnia. It sets the foundation of the conflict and displays the innocence and naive qualities