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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, In the Witch's House Summary

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Chapter 9, In the Witch's House Summary

Edmund snuck out of the house as Mr. Beaver was telling the children about their own role in the legends, thinking only of the Turkish Delight the White Witch promised him. Edmund did not want any harm to come to his siblings, he simply wanted to be a Prince and then a King, and he wanted to be warm and have more Turkish Delight.

The walk to the Witch's house is long and tiresome. It is dark and cold, and Edmund keeps slipping in the cold snowdrifts. Edmund almost gets lost in the dark, but the moon comes out just as he reaches the river he saw from the beaver's dam. Finally, Edmund comes into a valley where he can see the Witch's house clearly. Now he feels afraid of the house but decides it is too late to...

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