The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe Analysis

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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 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 The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe strongly showed Christian elements within the characters, the battle between good and evil and the courage that was shown by the characters also. Good vs evil is a big theme in the British novel. The first sign the reader sees of good vs. evil is in the very beginning of the book. The beginning of the book starts off with the children and their mother running to safety in their bomb shelter. At the time of book, the children live in the middle of World War two. As the story goes on there are many more good vs evil elements show. The main battle between good vs evil is when the children must fight against the White witch and her army. The White witch brings evil to all of Narnia even through the environment she has created. The good shown in The Lion, the Witch

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