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The Magician's Nephew Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Uncle Andrew's Attic Study

The room is furnished as a sitting room, with books on the shelves. There is a fireplace and a high backed chair that sits in front of it. Filling most of the middle of the room is a big table, piled high with books and writing materials. The magic Rings are also on the table.

Polly and Digory accidentally enter the room when they are trying to reach the deserted house on the other side of Digory's home. Uncle Andrew makes them stay, and then tricks them into using the Rings for his 'experiment.' When the children return with the Witch, they first come to the attic room.

Charn

In their exploration of the pools, Digory and Polly land in Charn, a very old world with a big, red, cold sun. Queen Jadis destroyed all its people in a fight with her sister...

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