The Complete Idiot's Guide to the World of Narnia

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Penguin, Oct 2, 2007 - Literary Criticism - 272 pages

Everything you want to know about Narnia ...

This fun-to-read reference guide goes through each book in Lewis's bestselling fantasy series, examining characters and events for literary and religious comparison. Includes: explanations of how Lewis's life experiences influenced the Chronicles; examples of Lewis's rich use of symbolism and allegory; a breakdown of characters and events; well-researched parallels between the world of Narnia and Christianity, and more.


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Title Page
Myths and Fairy Tales and Their Place in Narnia
What and How Lewis Is Trying
Exploring the Land and
Aslan the Ruler of Narnia
Relationships in Narnia
Into the World of Narnia
The Return to Narnia
The Voyage ofthe Dawn Treader
The Horse and His
The Magicians Nephew
The Last Battle
Appendix Selected Additional Resources

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