Chronicles of Narnia/Books/The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

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For general information on this book, please see the Wikipedia article The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

Chapters[edit]

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Chapter 1: Lucy looks into a Wardrobe
Chapter 2: What Lucy found there
Chapter 3: Edmund and the Wardrobe
Chapter 4: Turkish Delight
Chapter 5: Back on This Side of the Door
Chapter 6: Into the Forest
Chapter 7: A Day with the Beavers
Chapter 8: What happened after Dinner
Chapter 9: In the Witch's House
Chapter 10: The Spell begins to break
Chapter 11: Aslan is nearer
Chapter 12: Peter's First Battle
Chapter 13: Deep Magic from the Dawn of Time
Chapter 14: The Triumph of the Witch
Chapter 15: Deeper Magic from before the Dawn of Time
Chapter 16: What happened about the Statues
Chapter 17: The Hunting of the White Stag

Overview[edit]

The first book written in the Narnia series, and often recommended as the proper starting place in the series, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is written from the point of view of the four Pevensie children, Lucy, Edmund, Peter, and Susan. While its prime audience is children aged 8 to about 11, the story has enough depth to make it a satisfying, if short, read for even adult readers, and the characters show realistic development over the course of the book.

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