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ð The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ☆ Download by ð C.S. Lewis There Are A Thousand Stories In The Land Of Narnia, And The First Is About To Be Told In An Extraordinary Motion Picture, The Chronicles Of Narnia The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, From Walt Disney Pictures And Walden MediaIn The Never Ending War Between Good And Evil, The Chronicles Of Narnia Set The Stage For Battles Of Epic Proportions Some Take Place In Vast Fields, Where The Forces Of Light And Darkness Clash But Other Battles Occur Within The Small Chambers Of The Heart And Are Equally DecisiveJourneys To The Ends Of The World, Fantastic Creatures, Betrayals, Heroic Deeds And Friendships Won And Lost All Come Together In An Unforgettable World Of Magic So Join The Battle To End All BattlesThe Second Volume InThe Chronicles Of Narnia The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeNarnia A Land Frozen In Eternal Winter A Country Waiting To Be Set FreeFour Adventurers Step Through A Wardrobe Door And Into The Land Of Narnia A Land Enslaved By The Power Of The White Witch But When Almost All Hope Is Lost, The Return Of The Great Lion, Aslan, Signals A Great Change And A Great Sacrifice Back Cover Y all are out there watching Avengers Endgame while I am at home watching the classic 80s cartoon of The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe A whole lotta nostalgia going on.
Why am I watching it right now Well, I just finished a reread of the book, and it is simply as magical as I remember It is a well written fantasy story that is not too complex and, therefore, is accessible to young and old alike It does indeed have Christian allegory, but it is up to you whether you want to read it with that in mind or not One thing about the dialogue is that while it is simple, there are some words and phrases that are dated to the time period it was written Because of this, a dictionary may be helpful every so often throughout the book One place where Google came in quite handy was in the chapter about Turkish Delight It might have beencommon long ago or in other p My greatest disappointment in The Screwtape Letters was that Lewis was not able to demonstrate what made his good people good or his bad people bad The closest he got to defining goodness was that you could tell the good people from the vague aura of light that surrounded them and which even shone in their cat In this book, the cat is much bigger.
Aslan had no character, he was just a big, dull stand in Lewis often tells us how great he is, but never demonstrates what it is that makes him great or impressive Sure, he helps the kids, but all that makes him is a plot facilitator He also has his big Jesus moment, but that has the same problem as the original if he already knows that there will be no lasting negative outcome, how much of a s Lucy looks into a wardrobeI was feeling rather nostalgic this holiday season for some reason, and I thought what better way to pay homage to my childhood than by rereading The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe for the first time in a very long time And, friends, I fell so in love I actually think I m going to make it a holiday tradition to read this book every single December for the rest of my life And it was so funny, because I was very apprehensive going in, because when I was little, I think the religious themes went over my head, but I didn t know how overbearing they would be reading this story for the first time as an adult But it honestly wasn t too much I mean, some of the characters in Narnia refer to the kids as Son of Adam and Daughter of Eve and like I get the parallels with Aslan and Jesus now But I still think it was very thoughtfully done and didn What s it with British literature How from a relatively small pool of population can such creative writers emerge I don t like C.
S Lewis s non fiction books, but here he knocked the ball out of the park.
Aslan, whose antics and decision making and beliefs are difficult to map, is the way by which the children triumph If Alice in Wonderland was positively secular, TLTWaTW is heavily defined by the Christian mythos.
There are many shining examples of pause to let the tension play out, before a littleof the adventure is revealed Curiously, along with wonder, it is with the realization that I read this book It s very much Anglo Saxon in nature, yet it lends itself to translation so easily It s a book that does not belong to any age, decade, or era It s a little wonder of writing The figures agree with me Th One day, you will be old enough to start reading fairytales again.
It s like C.
S Lewis was speaking to me I never read these as a child but now that I m in my mid twenties, I m feeling the urge to visit all those childhood classics I never read And I m so glad I did Peter did not feel very brave indeed, he felt he was going to be sick But that made no difference to what he had to do.
Four siblings on a rainy day play hide and seek The youngest discovers an incredible secret in the back of the old wardrobe in their uncle s house After a fair amount of convincing, she and her three siblings set out to explore and are soon whisked into the land of Narnia Narnia It s all in the wardrobe just like I told youCould you imagine amagical world I ve watched the movie as a kid but reading the book It s 110% better The amazin The Lion, The Witch, The Wardrobe Chronicles of Narnia, 1 , C.
S LewisThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a fantasy novel for children, by C S Lewis, published by Geoffrey Bles in 1950 It is the first published and best known of seven novels in The Chronicles of Narnia 1950 1956 Among all the author s books, it is also the most widely held in libraries Although it was written as well as published first in the series, it is volume two in recent editions, which are sequenced by the stories chronology the first being The Magician s Nephew In 1940, four siblings Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, whose surname we will learn in a later book is Pevensie are among many children evacuated from London during World War II to escape the Blitz They are sent to the co 5 stars to C.
S Lewis s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Adored it I must have read it three or four times as a child Hits all the spots in my reading dreams a forest A large family Talking animals Secrets Mystery Drama Hidden messages Saga and series Every child should read it.
Imagination runs free here 4 children stuck a house 1 goes exploring and finds herself lost in the world of Narnia And the rest follow her.
Siblings fight The book shows what happens when you don t listen to one another.
Aslan, the hero lion, helps show what sacrifice is all about Good stuff.
I spent many a days looking for the secret world hidden somewhere in my closets While I never actually transported to another world, this book is like its own Narnia a transport into something magical.
If ever they remembered their life in this world it was as one remembers a dreamThe real world is boring it s mundane, unimaginative and dry So humans create fantasy as a means of escape We watch movies or go to the theatre to see somethinginteresting than the standard realities of the everyday We paint pictures and gaze up at the stars We play video games and roleplay We dream Authors like C.
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K Rowling show us this miserable world they show us its tones of grey Then underneath it all they reveal something spectacular they reveal fantasy So we have four rather ordinary children about to embark on an extraordinary adventure As a child I used to always daydream I ve always been somewhat introverted and would prefer imagining faraway places than existing in the now I still do this as an adult And this is why What are you doing on that wardrobe Narnia Business I read this book as a book challenge and adored it I had not read this book before and did not know of its existence as a child I would have loved it eventhen, I imagine Four English children, removed from London for their safety during WWII, are sent to a country manor to live with a professor Lucy is the first to enter the wardrobe and be transported into the secret world of Narnia There she meets a talking faun who eventually warns her about the white witch who keeps Narnia in a constant state of winter A human s presence in Narnia is threatening to her and the animals are under orders to inform her at once Once back home, she informs her siblings who do not believe her until they too eventually enter the wardrobe and the world of Narnia.
Narnia is full of talking animals, magic, and the loathsome witch who turns animals in

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