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1. A servant takes a whipping for allowing Aravis to run away. Is this Aravis's fault, or is it the fault of the people who do the whipping? Explain your answer based on information in the novel.

2. Why does Aslan let Rabadash live?

3. Why does Aslan not use His powers to change Calormen?

4. Why would Arsheesh beat Shasta? What does this tell us about Shasta's life?

5. Is Shasta sexist? How does his attitude toward Aravis reflect his upbringing?

6. Is Aravis elitist? How does her attitude toward other people change as her adventure progresses?

7. Is Bree conceited? Why would he be afraid of living among other talking horses?

8. Sallowpad says, "See the bear in his own den before you judge of his conditions." How does the story of The Horse and His Boy exemplify this idea?

9. Explain the significance of the resemblance between Corin and Shasta and pinpoint where...

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