The Silver Chair Summary & Study Guide

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The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis is one of the wonderful novels that make up the Chronicles of Narnia series. This novel reintroduces the reader to characters from previous Narnia novels as they search for the lost prince of Narnia, Prince Rilian. Prince Rilian disappeared ten years ago while trying to find a serpent whose poisonous bite killed his mother. His father, King Caspian, is old and desperate to find a successor to the throne. Eustace Scrubb and his friend, Jill Pole, arrive in Narnia in time to follow four signs set out for them by Aslan to find the prince. This, like all the other Narnia novels, is full of adventure, narrow escapes, and leaps of faith.

Jill Pole is crying in the gym because the bigger kids are bullying her in her school. Eustace comes to console her and tells her about his...

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