The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Symbols & Objects

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The Professor's House

This location in the country is where the four children are sent as refugees from the war, and is the novel's primary, non-Narnia setting. The wardrobe through which the children enter Narnia is located within this.

The Wardrobe

This large, old fashioned, seemingly normal piece of furniture is the entry through which first Lucy, then Edmund, then the other children enter the magical world of Narnia.

The Lamp-post

Upon entering Narnia, Lucy and the other children encounter this old-fashioned, Victorian item. It is a light in the darkness of the eternal Narnian winter, in the same way as Jesus, in the Christian teaching that the novel allegorically parallels, is the "light of the world."

Mr. Tumnus' Home

Lucy went here with Mr. Tumnus and found it very cozy. When she later brings her siblings here, this location has been ransacked.

Turkish Delight

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