The Silver Chair Setting & Symbolism

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Experiment House

Experiment House is the school that both Eustace and Jill attend. It is a modern facility in which the head mistress allows bullying of the students to continue.

The Door in the Garden

There is a door in the garden at Experiment House that is normally locked to keep the children from leaving school grounds during school hours. However, when Eustace tries the door it opens into Narnia.

The Cliff

When Jill and Eustace find themselves in Narnia, they are actually in Aslan's country, and are standing on a great mountain on the edge of a cliff. Jill accidentally causes Eustace to fall of the cliff when she pretends to be brave and unafraid.

The Four Signs

Aslan gives Jill four signs she must follow when she goes to search for the lost prince. The first is that Eustace must speak to an old friend. The...

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