The Silver Chair - Chapter 12, The Queen of the Underland Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, The Queen of the Underland Summary

The queen arrives at the door and tells the creatures who are her guards to make sure she is not disturbed. The queen then confronts the prince, ignoring his attempts to accuse her of being an enchantress. Instead, the queen quietly quells his arguments while she dumps a handful of powder on the fire and begins to play a soft, musical instrument. Soon the occupants of the room begin to feel sleepy, enchanted. The prince continues to speak of his real life as Prince Rilian and of Narnia, but the queen quietly begins to convince him there is no Narnia. Soon everyone agrees. However, Puddleglum persists by describing the sun and the overworld. Again the queen convinces them there is no overworld. Then Puddleglum mentions Aslan. Everyone comes out the spell for a...

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