The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 1, How Shasta Set Out on his Travels Summary & Analysis

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The Horse and His Boy is one of seven novels within the Chronicles of Narnia series C.S. Lewis published in the 1950s. This beautifully written novel follows the adventures of a young boy and his talking horse as they travel from the desert lands of Calormen to the beauty and magic of Narnia. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia have been highly praised in the fifty years since their inception and any reader of The Horse and His Boy can understand why.

Shasta is a young boy who lives with a fisherman he calls father. They live in the country of Calormen, south of Narnia, during the Golden Age in which Peter is still High King and his brother and sisters are King and Queens. Shasta has never been outside his small village and no one ever talks about the countries to the North. One day a stranger comes to their...

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