The Magician's Nephew - Chapter 10 The First Joke and Other Matters Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 The First Joke and Other Matters Summary

Out of the trees, gods and goddess of the woods, along with Fauns, Satyrs, and Dwarfs step out. Out of the river, the river god and his daughters rise. They all answer the Lion, telling Him that they hear and obey. The cab-horse, Strawberry, also speaks. The Lion, Aslan, speaks again: "I give to you forever this land of Narnia. I give you the woods, the fruits, the rivers. I give you the stars and I give you myself. The Dumb Beasts whom I have not chosen are yours also. Treat them gently and cherish them but do not go back to their ways lest you cease to be Talking Beasts. For out of them you were taken and into them you can return. Do not so" (pg. 118). They reply that they will not. Aslan...

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