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The Magician's Nephew Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 The Bell and the Hammer Summary

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Chapter 4 The Bell and the Hammer Summary

Polly and Digory rush down through darkness and a mass of vague shapes. Suddenly, they feel themselves standing on something solid. A moment later, everything comes into focus. The first thing they notice is the light. It isn't sunlight or electric light or like any other light they had ever seen. It is a dull, red light. The children stand on a flat, paved surface in a courtyard surrounded by buildings. This place is as quiet as the Wood between the Worlds, but it is a different kind of quiet: dead, cold, and empty.

Polly wants to leave, but Digory insists that there's not a point to finding a magic Ring that will take them to places if they are afraid to explore once they are there. They move into one of the big, arched doorways and...

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