This character is a young English boy, the eldest in a family of four children, and he later becomes High King; not because of his success on the battlefield, but because he is the eldest.
This character is the second eldest of the four children and therefore is almost a motherly figure to the two younger children. She is the practical child, the one who attempts to make peace at any cost.
This character is a normal, curious little boy when the novel begins, but he later betrays his brother and sisters. He clearly feels sorry for what he has done and apologizes to his siblings.
This character is the first to enter Narnia and the first to make a friend among Narnia's unique creatures. It is because of her that the rest of the children discover Narnia and become its saviors.
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