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The Magician's Nephew Summary

Summary: Summarizes CS Lewis's Magician's Nephew. Analyzes its relevance to the Chronicles of Narnia. Examines its biblical references.
Although The Magician's Nephew was the next to the last book published in C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia, it probably should be read first. It is a prequel to the story and a wonderful introduction to the world of Narnia. Like Lewis's other works it too has many biblical similarities.

The Magician's Nephew is set in London during the same time as Sherlock Holmes. As the story opens Polly Plummer meets a crying Digory Kirke. Digory's mom is very sick, and his dad is away in India, so he is now living in the city with his aunt and his Uncle Andrew who is an amateur magician.

Polly has found a little tunnel in the attic between houses in their row. Digory and Polly decide to explore the uninhabited house. Thinking that they are at the empty house, they open the door. To their surprise...

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