The Magician's Nephew - Chapter 15 The End of This Story and the Beginning of All the Others Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 The End of This Story and the Beginning of All the Others Summary

Aslan tells the children that they do not need the Rings. They blink and realize that they are in the Wood between Worlds once more. Uncle Andrew lays on the grass, asleep. Aslan shows them a hollow in the grass, which was the pool that they jumped through to get to Charn. Aslan says that that world has ended and tells them to take warning from that although their world is not quite as bad as Charn was. The children are to take the rings from Uncle Andrew and bury them so that they cannot be used again.

The next minute Polly, Digory, and Uncle Andrew tumble into London. They are outside the Ketterley's front door, and it is exactly like they left...

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