The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - Part 2, Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, “Edmund and the Wardrobe”

When Lucy jumps out of the wardrobe, she runs to find her siblings so she can reassure them she’s back. Convinced she’s been away for hours, she’s very surprised (and eventually upset) to learn that as far as they’re concerned, she’s only been apart from them for moments. The sometimes-nasty Edmund is particularly sharp in his comments, and Lucy runs off, bursting into tears. Over the next few days, Edmund continues to be nasty, and Lucy comes to question whether her experience actually happened. On another rainy day, however, as the children play hide and seek, Lucy goes into the wardrobe to hide. Edmund sees her and follows her in, determined to make fun of Lucy for her fantasies about the land beyond the wardrobe. Instead, he is surprised to find himself...

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