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The Horse and His Boy Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Calormen

Calormen is the desert country where the novel begins.

Tashbaan

Tashbaan is a major city in Calormen where the Tisroc, or king, lives. This is where Shasta meets King Edmund, Queen Susan, and Prince Corin.

Archenland

Archenland is the neighboring country to Narnia. Archenland sits between the desert oasis, Calormen, and Narnia. Archenland is the country where Prince Cor, or Shasta, is Prince and will one day be King.

Cair Paravel

Cair Paravel is a four throne castle where High King Peter, King Edmund, Queen Susan, and Queen Lucy rule.

Anvard

Anvard is the city in Archenland where the king lives.

Tombs of the Ancient Kings

The Tombs of the Ancient Kings is a set of tombs outside the walls of Tashbaan where Shasta and his companions agree to meet should they be separated inside the city's walls. Shasta has to spend a night alone here.

House of the Tisroc

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