While playing a game of hide-and-seek, Lucy- the youngest- ended up finding a wardrobe that leads to this magical land called Narnia. She and her siblings are part of the prophecy to save Narnia from the evil White Witch and take back in control with Aslan- the good Lion and the ruler of the magical country. In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis’s use of symbolism reveals the major connection between the characters and Christianity, as seen revealed in Alsan and the White Witch. Lewis up in a Christian household, which explains why Lewis’s main genre was Christianity.
After the battle, he was given the name “King Peter the Magnificent.” These three children are on Aslan’s side, but Edmund is a different story. Edmund was described as “treacherous.” During his first trip into Narnia, he sided with the White Witch, who is comparable to the devil, and agreed to bring back the rest of the children for dreadful purposes. In contrast with the other children’s paths, Edmund falls into the hands of the Witch and struggles throughout the story to seek a stronghold, which he eventually finds through Aslan. Following his encounter with the White Witch, who asks that Edmund bring his siblings back to Narnia, Edmund finds Lucy, who tells him all about the Faun who she met. She explained to Edmund how the White Witch called herself the Queen of Narnia and how “she can turn people
The forth Mentor is Father Christmas because he gave so many object which has great importance to Pevensie siblings, the Heroes. He gave a sword to Peter, an arrow to Sudan and an elixir which cures all wounds to Lucy. The last Mentor is Lion, Aslan because he always helps the Heroes in their quest. He gave courage, self-confidence, wise advices anda strength to the
His mother was a typist, however after marriage, she became a housewife and stay at home mother of B.F. and Edward who was two and a half years younger. His brother Edward died at age sixteen of a cerebral hemorrhage. B.F. Skinner described his childhood in Susquehanna as stable and warm. At that time, he enjoyed constructing and inventing various things. Obviously, this was a good base for his further profession for applying in different psychological experiments (Bjork, 1993).
The child was kidnapped by Mother Gothel, because that was the only way she would continue to look young, by keeping the child to herself. Second, the events really differentiate the situation. In the Disney version, the pregnant “Queen falls ill and their only hope is that magic plant” . Then, the King sends his guards to get that magic plant. Mother Gothel did not want to show the King’s men the flower, but she accidently pushed back the cage where she was hiding the flower.
The spell turned a 17 years old Sophie into a 90 years old woman. The magical event she experienced is a result of her condition: the unluckiest daughter of the Hatter family. Besides of the effect of the Land of Ingary’s magic, the event also happens because of the intrusion of the witch who curses Sophie. Nikolajeva (2002) believes magical event happens because there is active participation of magical character. The intervention of the witch of the waste to Sophie’s condition then forces Sophie to bravely take a further action: to find a way to break the curse; the thing she never has any thought of before.
Dorothy’s character contradicts the common representation of females in novels. Baum’s narration of Dorothy conflicts with the stereotype of women needing a man in order to survive. Instead of a ‘knight in shining armor’ archetype rescuing a ‘damsel in distress’, Dorothy appears to save the male characters. She further demonstrates her strength and confidence “when Dorothy, fearing Toto would be killed, and heedless of danger, rushed forward and slapped the Lion upon his nose as hard as she could,” (Baum 43). She has control over an animal that is considered to be the ‘king of the jungle’ and protects her companions.
Book Report Ms. Peggy French English 10A December 17 2015 The Diary of Anne Frank Book Report “The Diary of Anne Frank” is a diary written by a young Jewish girl named Anne Frank. She wrote this diary while in hiding with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. This diary, which was originally written in Dutch was translated into 60 languages. This 330-page book describes the life of Anne Frank during her hiding. The setting of the book was during world war one.
Ruby Bute’s Artistry Ruby Bute was born in Aruba of St. Maarten parents. She was raised in an area called ‘The village’ which was home to settlers who worked at the Lago oil refinery. Ruby’s mother was a storyteller. All the younger children would come and attend the storytelling. Amongst all the stories, Ruby liked ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs’ the most.
Stay a Night! When Maisie won tickets to the Suffolk Zoo’s Annual Stay a Night! Maisie said she was going to invite Heidi G and Stacy B, but Mom said that Maisie could take Bane and me or she could take nobody. “Fine, I’ll take nobody,” Maisie said, but she is afraid of everything, especially anything exciting like gorillas or tigers, so here we are, gathered around a kiosk that smells like lion piss, waiting for Call-Me-Thomas to open the gates and let us go wild. Along with Maisie, Bane and me, three other kids pace outside the gates, saying things like, “I think I heard the howler monkey,” and “Mom, can you leave now?