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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" - Chapter 1, The Picture in the Bedroom Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1, The Picture in the Bedroom Summary

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis is another novel within the series the Chronicles of Narnia. This novel begins when Lucy and Edmund, along with their cousin Eustace, fall into a painting of the Dawn Treader and join King Caspian on an exploratory journey through the Great Eastern Ocean. This is a novel of personal growth for young Eustace, of moral duty for King Caspian, and an adventure in destiny for them all. This novel, like all the others within the series, is a novel of courage, strength, and heroism that has pleased readers for more than fifty years and will continue to do so for fifty more.

Lucy and Edmund are staying with their aunt and uncle in Cambridge because their father has gotten a job lecturing for sixteen weeks in America...

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