Elidor Essay & Project Ideas

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1. Elidor is a fantasy world, but it is based on prehistoric and medieval sites that Garner is acquainted with. Read about dolmens, stone circles, or mounds built by prehistoric people. You might look up pictures and accounts of sites like Stonehenge and Avebury. Present a report to the class on one of these terms or sites.

2. Draw a chart comparing this novel with one of the Narnia books or with another fantasy novel about main characters moving between our ordinary world and another, magical world.

Think about characters, places, strange creatures, and final outcomes.

3. Is Findhorn a typical unicorn? Read about unicorn stories in folklore. Write or report on one. Or compare the unicorn as you have imagined it with Findhorn as Garner has portrayed him.

4. Garner hasn't provided us with a map of Elidor. From the information given in...

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