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The Magician's Nephew Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 The Planting of the Tree Summary

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Chapter 14 The Planting of the Tree Summary

Aslan tells Digory to throw the apple toward the riverbank. After this is done, Aslan tells everyone to go to the coronation of the king and queen. Cabby, or Frank, and his wife, Helen, are dressed in beautiful clothes. After Aslan instructs some of the animals to undo the tangle they've made with some trees, the animals uncover Uncle Andrew. The beasts have tried planting him, and when he has awakened from his faint and tries to run away, the animals decide to keep him safe until Aslan can tell them what to do. They had made a sort of cage around Uncle Andrew. The animals have given him everything that they could think of that he might eat. They name him Brandy and hope that Aslan might let them keep the creature as a pet.

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