The Magician's Nephew - Study Guide Chapter 11 Digory and His Uncle Are Both in Trouble Summary & Analysis

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The animals know nothing about clothes and so they think that each of the humans are just another kind of something. Uncle Andrew tries to talk to the Bulldog, but the beasts can't understand him anymore than he can understand them. Uncle Andrew faints. The Warthog says that Uncle Andrew must be a tree, after all. The Bulldog sniffs him and says that it's certainly an animal. The animals talk about what Uncle Andrew is: a tree or some kind of animal. The Elephant tries to make him stand, but he only collapses back to the ground. Because the majority thinks he's a tree, they decide to plant him. They debate about which end of Uncle Andrew is the branches and which the roots. Luckily, they plant him right side up...

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