Surprised by Joy Setting & Symbolism

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The Old House

The first house the boys lived in, smaller than the country house, but close to the cousins.

The Country House

The house the boys associate with their childhood, larger and more gracious with a big yard and lots of rooms and space for the family's exhaustive collection of books.

Oldie's

The boys' first private school, it was a glum and oppressive place with very few happy memories for the boys.

Campbell

The school Lewis was in between Oldie's and Wyvern, it was Lewis' idea of the best of English public schools.

Wyvern

The school at which public education in England came to its worst place in the form of the faggery and Bloods system whereby the dominant students were allowed to continuously humble and torment the younger. It was also the school where Smewgy taught.

Fantasy books

Books full of dwarfs, elves, fairies, talking animals...

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