The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Essay | Essay

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Summary: An essay based on the prosecution of Edmund Pevensie in C.S. Lewis' novel The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Edmund is guilty because he had betrayed the citizens of Narnia for his own good.
This essay is based on the prosecution of Edmund Pevensie. He had betrayed many of the good Narnia citizens and went onto the path of deep magic along with the White Witch. He had been terribly selfish and was really overpowered by his own greed. Selfishness follows greediness, betrayal follows selfishness, and a verdict of guilty follows Edmund's betrayal to the citizens of Narnia. Edmund's mind was overthrown by the thought of deserts and set down a horrible lie to the others. He never listens to what he had been told and always does whatever he think is right. That is another part of being selfish. This essay is going to scrutinize the guiltiness of Edmund Pevensie.

Being extra selfish is Edmund's most important crime of all. He had thought only of himself and put many people in danger. He had lied to Peter and Susan about Narnia...

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