The Silver Chair Topics for Discussion

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1. How should Jill record Asian's signs so that she will remember them?

2. Why does the meeting with the woman in green and the black knight set Jill and Eustace to bickering with each other?

3. Compare Rilian's response to the possibility of adventuring in Bism to his father's behavior when at the Last Wave in The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader."

What would be Lewis's purpose in hav ing Rilian respond to Bism as Caspian responds to Asian's Country? Why would there be differences?

4. Why would Asian not show his face to the bullies of Experiment House?

5. Why do we readers have a good idea about who the woman in green is long before Jill, Eustace, and Puddleglum do?

6. Why is Puddleglum the one who manages to resist the Green Witch's seductive magic in the chamber of the silver chair?

7. How good a companion is...

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