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They journey toward the giant -lands north of Narnia. Sure they’ve got the allegorical Christian background, and some of Lewis’ wording and phrases wouldn’t pass as politically correct now. The book is a parable of the End of Days, with chaos, confusion, war, unbelief and the worship of false gods. Overall I would give this book 3 stars. Like the others, it was illustrated by Pauline Baynes and her work has been retained in many later editions. Jul 20, R. This raises all kinds of serious issues about how to keep Eustace the Dragon with them, but none of these problems matter because, within 24 hours, Aslan just changes Eustace back to a boy. Ironically, this is almost more annoying than his super mega powers in other books.

Guilty, or ashamed, or just plain uncomfortable. I used to sit in a closet with the door closed and a flashlight reading my favorite books aft The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis is one of the books in his series, the Chronicles of Narnia in which Christianity is portrayed through various fantasy creatures. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Aslan is totally Jesus Christ. Young Polly and Diggory are swept up in the experiments of a magician attempting to find other worlds. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Lewis feel the need, in each “Chronicles of Narnia” book, to make one of the Pevensie children, seemingly at random, completely loathsome?

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was released on September The Lion, sinopsos Witch and the Wardrobe. Views Read Edit View history. Sure they’ve got the allegorical Christian background, and some of Lewis’ wording and phrases wouldn’t pass as politically correct now. So one feels that if only the author in C. Lewis feel the need, in each “Chronicles of Narnia” book, to make one of the Pevensie children, seemingly at random, completely loathsome?

The first three books are rather well-written although a bit simplistic and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is your classic sea adventure. There’s the word of Father Christmas to Lucy in the first th are nasty afffairs when women fight”–which was totally glossed over in the recent film. It is considered a classic of children’s literature and is the author’s best-known work, having sold over million copies in 47 languages.


Frankly, this just doesn’t do it for me.

Here is what happened. They seemed to always have something going on with them. Karena mungkin hampir chornicles kayaknya sudah nonton film yang diadaptasi dari novel ini, bagian sinopsis saya skip aja.

It is in the last book that Lewis outdoes himself. As the Witch fights Peter, Aslan arrives with reinforcements and kills her. Tumnus, Edmund and the White Queen. He puts Lucy to sleep by playing a lullaby on his flute. When Lucy wakes up, she finds Tumnus grieving.

The Last Battle However, the actual order in which the books were published is: Peter is knighted by Aslan. And, very importantly, God doesn’t make people’s choices for them; they exercise free will, which requires that their choices have meaningful consequences –good or bad. I love all of the siblings especially Lucy. As for the Calormen, I think it’s highly possible that the garb was just supposed to convey the exotic, and this particular nation just happens to be bad in the world of the book.

I never read the other books in the series. Prince Caspian The Chronicles of Narnia: Retrieved October 24, However, John Anderson from Newsdayreacted negatively to the film, stating, “…there’s a deliberateness, a fastidiousness and a lack of daring and vision that marks the entire operation.

I love them so much except Susan I can’t even.

The Chronicles of Narnia

View all 16 comments. I can talk about my favorite book.

It also depends on what sort of person you are. View all 17 comments. Even though he was portrayed negatively at first it was interesting viewing how he slowly changed. He’s the king, I tell you. My husband and I read a book, a proper book for half an hour for our son every night. There are talking animals, magical creatures from Greek mythology and English fairy-lore, and suitably satisfying and mysterious landscape worthy of exploration again and again. Certainly that is a factor.

My favorite moment would have to the fight at the lamp post and how they escaped.

Jar of Inspirations: Review: The Chronicles of Narnia [1] by C.S. Lewis

Salvo solo il paludrone Pozzanghera! The soundtrack received two Golden Globe Award tilm Lucy tells Peter and Susan what happened, but Edmund lies. Narnia is an amazing world and there is a great deal of detail that islver not in the movies. He contrasts the Calormen oral story-telling tradition favorably with English teaching practices; and if Calormen culture is called “cruel” in one place which, Lewis would say, is a deformation caused by sinit’s also called “wise.


I pined for Narnia in the most broken, sad way when I was a little girl. Aslan appears and congratulates Eustace and Jill on achieving their goal, then returns them to the stream in his country where Jill first met him. The Chronicles of Narnia, his classic fantasy series, was the fruit of that discovery, set in Narnia, a magical land whose world lies in another universe, in which magic works and time moves differently than it does here, and in which Christ is incarnate as the great talking lion Aslan.

We’re starting Prince Caspian again, too–another favorite. He beat boys to the role of Peter and quit school to learn all his lines.

What surprised me on rereading was that they spend, pretty much, one single day in Narnia before they fix everything. Lewis Estate in In doing so they discover the beginning of Narnia, and so start off the tales.

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction 3rd ed. Macmillan US published an American edition within the calendar year. As his writings on miracles make clear, he believed that God can intervene in the natural order miraculously –but doesn’t do so very often, because intervening on a wholesale basis would negate the predictability of natural law and leave us unable to recognize a miracle when one did happen!

Jill and Eustace, overcome at the thought of comfort and warmth, are eager to go; only Puddleglum argues against the journey to Harfang.