The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe Analysis

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In the novel, The Witch, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S Lewis published in 1950 was written about four children and their journey in Narnia. C.S Lewis was a British novelist and a Christian apologist. The novel is the first of the best known seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia. The book starts off with four children being sent to live in out in the country with a man named, Professor Kirke. They are sent to live with him because it is a safer place during the war, World War II. The four children, Susan, Edmund, Peter and Lucy end up at the back of a wardrobe in a magical world called Narnia when they are looking for their sister Lucy while playing hide and seek. The author of lion the witch and the wardrobe strongly show Christian elements…show more content…
The good side that is shown is through the four children, Aslan, Mr. Tumnus, and everyone else that is on Aslan’s army in Narnia. In the novel Aslan the lion is seen as the main protagonist because he always saves the day when fighting against the White Witch. Whenever Aslan comes back to Narnia the people that fear the White Witch feel safe again. The people that are stuck in Narnia with the White Witch try to stay out of her way and go behind her back to help each other. Humans are not allowed in the world of Narnia by the White Witch because she knows one day that a son of Adam and a daughter of Eve will take over, “The White Witch is worried about the presence of four humans in Narnia because of a prophecy that four humans will eventually become rulers in Narnia, ending her evil reign”(Brown).The evil is clearly shown by the Witch, she is an antagonist who plots the death of Aslan and puts a spell on Narnia which makes it winter forever. The forever winter represents the struggle there is to come and her being powerful witch who can turn anything into stone. She tricks one of the children, Edmund into thinking she is not bad like everyone says and tells him to bring his brother and sisters so that she can make then queens and kings of Narnia but her real plot is to kill them so no one can over rule
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