The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - Part 5, Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, “In the Witch’s House”

The narrator identifies the point at which Edmund slipped away from the Beavers’ house and then describes his cold, lonely journey through the woods. As he travels toward the Witch’s house, he reflects on what he’s doing. The colder that he gets, the more he blames Peter for his discomfort. Eventually, as the full moon illuminates the landscape, he arrives at the Witch’s castle, which is built with many pointed towers. As he goes into the courtyard, he discovers it’s full of statues, including one of a lion and one of a giant. He imagines that the lion is Aslan and thinks that he was foolish to be frightened of it. Nevertheless, he keeps his distance as he goes into the castle in search of the Witch. When her Head of Security...

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