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A Trip to Narnia

Summary: An overview of the plot in C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, as well as the symbolism portrayed in the story.
Literary Encounter

For my first encounter I chose to read the novel The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, written by C.S. Lewis.

This fictional story takes place in London and begins when four siblings, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are sent to Professor Digory Kirke's house because of the evacuation that took place during World War II. I believe that much of this story was written by C.S. Lewis to show his view of religion. In the story, I think it is correct to assume that the White Witch is symbolic of Satan and his reign over men, and that the children are symbolic of those very men, with Edmund being one who follows Satan and sides with evil. He later repents and is forgiven by Aslan, whom we can symbolically see as Jesus Christ; considering the sacrifice of his life on behalf...

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