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The Magician's Nephew Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 The Wood Between the Worlds Summary

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Chapter 3 The Wood Between the Worlds Summary

Digory immediately vanishes, and everything becomes muddled. The next thing he knows, there is a green light coming down on him from above and a darkness below. Digory thinks he is in water, and he feels himself rushing upward. Digory's head comes out of the water into the air, and Digory scrambles onto the shore. Digory notices that he is not wet or panting for breath from being under the water. Digory is by the edge of a small pool that is surrounded by woods. There are other pools as far as he could see, and the woods are very much alive, even though he can't hear or see any birds, insects, or animals.

Digory has half forgotten how he had come there. Digory is not thinking about Polly, Uncle Andrew, or even his mother. Digory notices...

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