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Deception in the Land of Narnia

Summary: This short book report shows examples of deception from The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis.
C.S. Lewis offers two prominent examples of deception in The Chronicles of Narnia, The Silver Chair. The first was when Jill, Scrubb, and Puddleglum were sent to The House of Harfang and were kept so they could be eaten at a feast. The other example was Prince Rilian of Narnia being lured to the Underworld by a beautiful lady. He was held captive for many years and actually believed that he was prince of the Underworld.

Many times when people are deceived because things appear to be wonderful and beautiful. That is how Jill, Scrubb and Puddleglum were lured into the House of Harfang. Just like in life, they had been worn down and were tired. It was in their weakness, when they met a stranger who told them of a feast that would be held in their honor. Prince Rilian had also been worn through the...

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