The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Setting & Symbolism

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The Picture in the Bedroom

There is a picture in a bedroom in Lucy and Edmund's aunt's house that is of a Narnian type boat out at sea. Lucy and Edmund stare at this picture every time they visit their aunt. This is how Lucy, Edmund, and Eustace are transported to Narnia, through the picture.

The Dawn Treader

The Dawn Treader is a small ship built in the shape of a dragon that Caspian commissioned in order to search for his father's seven friends who were forced to flee Narnia when Miraz overthrew him and took over the throne of Narnia.

Lucy's Magic Cordial

Lucy was given a magic cordial her first time in Narnia, which can cure almost any illness or injury. Caspian has brought the cordial on board the ship and Lucy uses it to heal Eustace's seasickness.

Dragon's Cave

Eustace happens on a cave on...

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