The Horse and His Boy Discussion Questions

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Discuss the point of view in this novel. Is the point of view third person or first person? There are times when the author makes first person statements. Does this distract from the story or add to it? How would the novel be different if the author did not make these statements? What if it were told from the point of view of Shasta? Aravis? Bree?

Discuss talking horses. Is it believable that a horse can speak? How does the author make this believable? What would have happened to Bree or Hwin, if the humans in Calormen had learned of their ability to speak? Do you think Bree could fit in with the horses in Narnia despite his habits learned from the dumber horses of Calormen?

Discuss the Christian themes in this novel. Do you think these themes create a moral for the novel? If so, what...

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