Digory Kirke In The Magician's Nephew

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Digory Kirke appears as one of the main characters in The Magician's Nephew. When he first appears The Magician's Nephew, he is found climbing over a wall and stumbling into a girl's garden who later becomes his friend. As one of the main characters, he is not perfect, he has his faults and these mistakes do help him progress into a good character. There are some good motives that come from Digory and these actually help support him as a good character. There are good motives; In chapter thirteen Digory obeys Aslan by not taking any crystal apples for himself from the garden he was visiting with Fledge and Polly. The reason why Digory did not steal the crystal apples because he learned about the consequences of stealing, and when he is rewarded by Aslan…show more content…
Digory also obeys Aslan when he tells him to take the very crystal apple he picked the tree and throw it into the mud to help plant a new tree and Aslan rewarded Digory for his obedience by letting him take the apple back to his mother in chapter 18. Digory is most noticed as a hero throughout the book. Even when he makes mistakes, Digory is still considered a hero. He saved London from Jadis, he saved his mother from death and his uncle from Jadis. In conclusion, Digory is a good character and hero to all of Narnia. His good motives also progress throughout the book however Digory will never be perfect. Also, his friends like Polly and Fledge are important part in his good motives. Jadis and Digory's uncle played a part in his bad motives. There are two verses that support both good and bad motives. In Proverbs 21:2(KJV);"Every way of a man is right in his own eyes: but the Lord pondereth the hearts." This one is for every bad motive Digory does. In Colossians 3:17(KJV);"And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. These help
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