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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis – Classroom Use

September 18, 2011
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis

They open a door and enter a world.

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My edition of this book is subtitled ” Book 1 in the chronicles of Narnia”. Interestingly the author wanted this book read after “The Magician’s Nephew” where he details how the lion Aslan created Narnia and gave the gift of speech to its animals. I mention this fact since many readers have access to the seven Narnia books and may wish to read “Nephew” first. Of course I am assuming you are reading these comments BEFORE you read the books!
In any event “Wardrobe” introduced us to the Pevensie children Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. Who travel to the land of Narnia by entering and exiting a “magic” wardrobe in the attic of an old Professor. It is not my intent in these short comments to summarize the entire story, after all discovering the delights therein are one of the prime pleasures in reading. One of the pleasures for this reader was the illustration at the beginning of each chapter by Pauline Baynes.

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