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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, The Dufflepuds Made Happy Summary

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Chapter 11, The Dufflepuds Made Happy Summary

Lucy follows Aslan out into the hallway and is introduced to the magician. The Magician has been alive all this time, not dead as the invisible creatures suggested, except he too was made invisible. Aslan asks if the Magician, Coriakin, is still happy with his charges and Coriakin says he is. Aslan then leaves. Coriakin takes Lucy to another room and provides her a meal of all her favorite foods. Lucy and the Magician talk like old friends and the Magician explains to Lucy how the creatures were turned invisible in the first place. Coriakin says that the creatures are dumb little things that refused to listen to him when he attempted to make their work easier.

Coriakin takes Lucy to see the creatures where they are napping out on the lawn. At first Lucy sees nothing but giant...

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