The Silver Chair Setting

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The adventure in The Silver Chair begins in Asian's Country, to the east of the Eastern Sea, journeys through the magnificent Cair Paravel, the palace of the monarchs of Narnia, across marshes and blasted cold rocky mountains to the north, through the lands of giants, and then underground through the empire of the Green Witch. In Asian's Country, Jill shows her contempt for Eustace's fear of heights and nearly kills him by sending him plunging off a cliff.

However, he does not hit the ground, but floats away instead. Most assuredly a victim of the Experiment House's beloved bullies, Jill nonetheless can be a victimizer herself, and in Asian's Country, she begins her growth toward spiritual maturity.

In search of a drink, Jill wanders through a woodland, only to find a stream that is guarded by a menacing Lion. "If you are thirsty, you may drink," the Lion...

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