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6 days ago Nephew Chronicles Of Narnia Book 1 [PDF] [EPUB] The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of seven fantasy novels by C. S. Lewis. It is considered. The Chronicles Of Narnia Book 1 [PDF] [EPUB] The Magician's novels in The Chronicles of Narnia (–); it is volume one of the. Page 1 . other and were lined with books - most of them very old books and some bigger than a. Bible in a church. And shortly after that . "This is the land of Narnia," said the Faun, "where we are now; all that lies between the lamp-post and.
He has no endowments, because of his betrayal.
Susan is the second-oldest sibling. She does not believe in Narnia until she actually goes there.
She and Lucy accompany Aslan on the journey to his apparent self-sacrifice. Tending to his carcass, she removes a muzzle from him to restore his dignity and oversees a horde of mice who gnaw away his bonds.
She then shares the joy of his resurrection and the endeavor to bring reinforcements to a critical battle. Peter is the eldest sibling. He judiciously settles disputes between his younger brother and sisters, often rebuking Edmund for his attitude.
Peter also disbelieves Lucy's stories about Narnia, until he sees it for himself. He is hailed as a hero for the slaying of Maugrim and for his command in the battle to overthrow the White Witch. At the Country Home The house that shelters the Pevensie children is run by a Professor, staffed by servants, and frequently toured by historians.
The Professor is a kindly old gentleman who takes the children in when they are evacuated from London.
He is the first to believe that Lucy did indeed visit a land called Narnia. He tries to convince the others logically that she did not make it up.
After the children return from Narnia, he assures them that they will return one day. The book hints that he knows more of Narnia than he lets on.
Narnians The magical land of Narnia is populated by talking animals, mythological species, and sentient flora. Aslan , a lion , is the rightful King of Narnia and other magic countries.
He sacrifices himself to save Edmund, but is resurrected in time to aid the denizens of Narnia and the Pevensie children against the White Witch and her minions. As the "son of the Emperor beyond the sea" an allusion to God the Father , Aslan is the all-powerful creator of Narnia. Lewis revealed that he wrote Aslan as a portrait, although not an allegorical portrait, of Christ.
Her spell on Narnia has made winter persist for a hundred years with no end in sight. When provoked, she turns creatures to stone with her wand. She fears the fulfillment of a prophecy that "two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve" meaning humans; two male, two female will claim the right to rule and supplant her.
She is usually referred to as "the White Witch", or just "the Witch", but her actual name, "Jadis," appears once in this book, in the notice left on Tumnus's door after his arrest.
Lewis later wrote a prequel to include her back-story and account for her presence in the Narnian world. Tumnus , a faun , is the first individual Lucy who calls him "Mr. Tumnus" meets in Narnia. Tumnus befriends Lucy, despite the White Witch's standing order to turn in any human he finds. He initially plans to obey the order but, after getting to like Lucy, he cannot bear to alert the Witch's forces.
He instead escorts her back towards the safety of her own country. His good deed is later given away to the Witch by Edmund. The witch orders Tumnus arrested and turns him to stone, but he is later restored to life by Aslan.
Beaver , two beavers , are friends of Tumnus.
They play host to Peter, Susan, and Lucy and lead them to Aslan. An unnamed Dwarf serves the White Witch as her sleigh-driver and henchman. Maugrim the wolf Fenris Ulf in most American editions is the chief of the White Witch's secret police. She sends him to hunt down the Pevensie children.
He tries to kill Susan who flees into a tree and sounds her horn. Peter answers the call and slays Maugrim. Giant Rumblebuffin is a giant who is turned to stone by the White Witch. Aslan restores him to life by breathing on him.
Although slightly dim-witted, he is very kind. His significant contribution is to break down the gate of the Witch's castle to let the rescued Narnians out, and also to crush some of her army. Writing[ edit ] Lewis described the origin of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in an essay titled "It All Began with a Picture":  The Lion all began with a picture of a Faun carrying an umbrella and parcels in a snowy wood.
This picture had been in my mind since I was about sixteen. Then one day, when I was about forty, I said to myself: 'Let's try to make a story about it. On 2 September three school girls, Margaret, Mary and Katherine,   came to live at The Kilns in Risinghurst , Lewis's home three miles east of Oxford city centre. Lewis later suggested that the experience gave him a new appreciation of children and in late September  he began a children's story on an odd sheet that has survived as part of another manuscript: This book is about four children whose names were Ann, Martin, Rose and Peter.
But it is most about Peter who was the youngest. They all had to go away from London suddenly because of Air Raids, and because Father, who was in the Army, had gone off to the War and Mother was doing some kind of war work.
They were sent to stay with a kind of relation of Mother's who was a very old professor who lived all by himself in the country. Roger Lancelyn Green thinks that he might even have completed it.
In September Lewis wrote in a letter about stories for children: "I have tried one myself but it was, by the unanimous verdict of my friends, so bad that I destroyed it. It was more as if a cupboard which one had hitherto valued as a place for hanging coats proved one day, when you opened the door, to lead to the garden of the Hesperides Narnia…where owls are wise, where some of the giants like to snack on humans, where a princ On a desperate journey, two runaways meet and join forces.
Though they are only looking to escape their harsh and narrow lives, they soon find themselve The last battle is the greatest battle of all. Narnia… where lies breed fear… where loyalty is tested… where all hope seems lost. During the last days o Chronicles of Narnia by C.
Lewis Tweet. All ebooks from this series are available 1. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Narnia…the land beyond the wardrobe, the secret country known only to Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy…the place where the adventure begins. Prince Caspian The Pevensie siblings travel back to Narnia to help a prince denied his rightful throne as he gathers an army in a desperate attempt to rid his land of