The Magician's Nephew - Chapter 9 The Founding of Narnia Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 The Founding of Narnia Summary

The Lion paces to and fro, singing his new song. It is softer than the song before. While he walks and sings, the valley grows grass, and then trees and flowers. With each turn, the Lion approaches the group. Polly is beginning to see the connection between the music and the things that are happening around them. Polly feels that all the things are coming from the Lion.

Suddenly, the Witch steps out toward the Lion. The Witch flings her iron bar at him. The bar strikes the Lion between the eyes and glances off. The Lion continues, neither slower nor faster than before. The Witch shrieks and runs off into the trees. Uncle Andrew turns to do the same, but he trips over a root and falls on his face. The children do not move. The Lion pays...

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