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  • expected to be rather well-versed in the storyline of the Chronicles of Narnia. Much of the plot is known to the reader and he/she wishes to expand on
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  • Beginner reader is not expected to have fully explored the Chronicles of Narnia storyline. A Beginner reader is assumed to have read perhaps one or two
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  • Places where many events happen and/or where the characters spend a great deal of time. Cair Paravel Narnia
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  • Beginner warning: Details follow which you may not wish to read at your current level.
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  • Commentaries to Noli Me Tangere Annotations to James Joyce's Ulysses Chronicles of Narnia Dichterliebe Dictionary of National Biography Florence Earle Coates Guide-Book
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  • emperor-beyond-the-sea (even though we don't see him). He is the king and the creator of Narnia. He is also the all-knowing and the all-loving king. C.S. Lewis meant Aslan
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  • Pevensie Those who visit Narnia from our world, if only for a short while Jill Poole Eustace Scrubb Residents of Narnia, these are humans whose ancestry
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  • Chronicles of Narnia - Character Peter Pevensie Gender male Species human Hair color Unknown Eye color Unknown Related Family Susan, Edmund, Lucy Loyalty
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  • falls on NarniaChapter 15: Farther Up and Farther InChapter 16: Farewell to Shadowlands The seventh and final book published in the Narnia series, this
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  • Narnia is the land in which our story actually takes place. It is a magical land, occupied by the creatures of our legends and by talking animals. Beginner
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  • Chronicles of Narnia - Character Lucy Pevensie Gender female Species human Hair color Unknown Eye color Unknown Related Family Peter, Susan, Edmund Loyalty
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  • the Narnia series, this book is written largely from the point of view of the four Pevensie children, and of Prince Caspian, Crown Prince of Narnia under
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  • Chronicles of Narnia - Character Susan Pevensie Gender female Species human Hair color Unknown Eye color Unknown Related Family Lucy, Peter, Edmund Loyalty
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  • This is a topical index to the Chronicles of Narnia. You can improve the Chronicles by indexing more topics. A list of all modules in this wikibook can
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  • The Advanced reader should be knowledgeable in all areas of the Narnia series. No topic has been left unaddressed and all commentary/analysis is understood
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  • Welcome to the wiki-based annotated text and analysis Wikibook for the Narnia books by C. S. Lewis. It is organized to limit the accidental revealing of
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  • ← Chapter 5 | Chapter 7 → Title: Shasta Among the Tombs Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. Intermediate warning: Details follow
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  • Front DoorChapter 8: The Fight at the Lamp-PostChapter 9: The Founding of NarniaChapter 10: The First Joke and Other MattersChapter 11: Digory and His Uncle
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  • StatuesChapter 17: The Hunting of the White Stag The first book written in the Narnia series, and often recommended as the proper starting place in the series
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  • follow which you may not wish to read at your current level. Entering Narnia on his own after Lucy, Edmund meets, and is enchanted by, the White Witch
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