The Silver Chair Themes

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Following the Rules

In this novel a major theme with regard to the characters of Jill, Eustace, and Puddleglum is following the rules. Jill is given a list of signs she must follow in order to find the lost prince of Narnia. However, Jill and her companions manage to miss three of the four signs and nearly miss the fourth. The first sign comes just as Jill is landing in Narnia after having been blown there by Aslan's breath. The sign is for Eustace to speak to an old friend. Eustace is irritated with Jill for causing him to fall off the cliff and does not see an old friend he would like to talk to. It is not until later that Eustace realizes he watched King Caspian board a ship and he did nothing to speak to him. Caspian has gotten old and Eustace did not recognize him...

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