The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - Part 4, Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, “A Day with the Beavers”

The robin leads the four children to a dense part of the forest, where a movement in the trees catches their eye and makes them nervous. Just as they’re thinking they should try to find a way home, a large Beaver appears and beckons for them to follow him further into the forest. In spite of Edmund’s warnings, the four children follow the Beaver deep into a quiet grove, where he warns them to be quiet because even some of the trees are “on her side,” and proves that he is a friend by showing them the handkerchief Lucy left with Mr. Tumnus. Mr. Beaver tells them that Tumnus learned that he was to be arrested and gave him the handkerchief in case Lucy ever came back to find him. Mr. Beaver then suggests...

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