The Magician's Nephew - Chapter 6 The Beginning of Uncle Andrew's Troubles Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 The Beginning of Uncle Andrew's Troubles Summary

The children arrive back in the Wood between the Worlds, but they are not alone. The Queen had managed to grab Polly's hair and so she is with them in the Wood. The Queen looks different here: paler, stooped, and less beautiful. Once the children make her let go of Polly, Polly yells to Digory to change Rings and jump in the home pool. The Queen begs them to let her come with them. Digory feels sorry for her, but Polly makes him plunge into the home pool. When they do so, Digory feels something catch his ear. When they arrive in Uncle Andrew's study, the Witch, or Queen, is with them. The Queen has regained her strength.

Uncle Andrew stares at the Witch and then bows and looks frightened. Polly thinks that both Uncle...

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