A Short Summary: The Magic Of Narnia

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Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are four siblings sent to live in a country house, for safety, with a Professor, during World War II. When the children get bored, they explore the house and Lucy, the youngest, finds a large wardrobe. Lucy steps inside and finds herself in a strange, snowy wood. Lucy comes across a Faun named Tumnus, who is surprised to meet a human girl. Tumnus tells Lucy that she has entered Narnia, a different world. Tumnus invites Lucy to tea, and she accepts his offer. Lucy and Tumnus enjoy their tea, but the faun bursts into tears and confesses he is a servant of the evil White Witch. The Witch put a spell on Narnia so it is always winter and never Christmas. Tumnus explains his job is to capture human beings. Lucy begs Tumnus to release her, and he agrees.…show more content…
The Witch is preparing to kill Edmund as the rescue party arrives. Aslan and his followers rescue Edmund, but are unable to find the Witch, who disguises herself as part of the landscape. Edmund is happy to see his siblings, as he has accepted that the Witch is evil. The next day, the Witch and Aslan speak and the Witch demands Edmund 's life because she says that Edmund is a traitor. The Witch says that according to the Deep Magic of Narnia, a traitor life 's is forfeit to the Witch. Aslan does not deny this, and he secretly reaches a compromise with her. The Witch appears very pleased, while Aslan seems depressed. The following night, Susan and Lucy observe Aslan grow more gloomy and sad. The sisters are unable to sleep, and they notice that Aslan has disappeared. Susan and Lucy leave the tent to search for Aslan. When they find Aslan, he tells them they can stay until he tells them they must leave. Together, Aslan, Susan, and Lucy walk to the Stone Table, where Aslan tells them to leave. Susan and Lucy hide behind some bushes and watch the Witch and a horde of her followers torment, humiliate, and finally kill Aslan. The Witch explains that Aslan sacrificed his life

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