The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe 2
The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe: An Analysis Essay, Research Paper The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe: An Analysis The main characters in this story are Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy. During a war in London they were sent to a professor’s house outside London. Lucy, while exploring with her brothers and sister, found a secret passage through the wardrobe to Naria,a secret world. In Naria there are other characters. One of them is the White Witch,also known as the Queen of Naria, who was like a tyrant. If anyone disobeyed her she turned them to stone. Another character Aslan, a lion, saved Naria from the rule of the White Witch. Most of this story takes place in Naria. The main conflict is how Naria can live under the rule of the White Witch. The Beavers set out to take Peter, Susan, and Lucy (not Edmund because he went to the witch ) to the four thrones so they ( four children united ) can rule over Naria and destroy the witch. The Beavers and the three children were walking in the snow because there it was always winter. Although it was always winter Christmas never arrived. After they awoke the next day they saw Father Christmas who gave them gifts.Mrs. Beaver received a new sewing machine. Mr. Beaver’s dam was fixed and finished. Peter was given a shield and sword. Susan received a bow, arrows, and a horn. Lucy’s gift was a bottle of healing juice and a dagger. that was the climax of the book because the spell of the White Witch was fading. Then they met up with Aslan and he freed all the stone figures and made them his army. The resolution of the book is when Aslan’s army and the witches army confront and Aslan’s army wins. Peter kills the witch at the end of the battle. The impression I got from this book is that Naria is a land of surprises and I’m excited that this years assignment will allow me to read more of ” The Chronicles of Naria ” . I liked this book because of the surprising events like when Aslan died then came back to life. I would recommend this book to someone more or less at my reading level because I found this book neither difficult nor easy and simple.