The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Social Sensitivity

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Much of The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" depicts what constitutes just rule. In the case of Ramandu's Island, the rule of Ramandu extends only over his daughter and visitors, and he has received his commission from Asian himself, which means Asian takes a personal interest in how Ramandu conducts himself. One can see signs that the rule is just in Asian's Table, which is always set with food that anyone may eat without fear or hindrance. Unjust rule is easy to spot in the Lone Islands.

Slavery is abhorrent, a practice that is counter to Asian's creed, laid out at the creation of Narnia's world in The Magician's Nephew— a creed that includes equality for all intelligent beings.

The Lone Islands are run by a corrupt government in which money is more important than people. When the governor argues with Caspian, he insists that Caspian does...

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