The Magical Worlds of Narnia: The Symbols, Myths, and Fascinating Facts Behind The Chronicles
After revealing the inspirations behind "Harry Potter" and "The Lord of the Rings," David Colbert takes a tour of C.S. Lewis's "Narnia"-from "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" to "The Last Battle"-in this indispensable guide to the origins of the classic book
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Why a Wardrobe?
Lewis Make Hell Freeze Over?
What Is Deep Magic?
Why Does a White Stag Lead the Way?
Who Were the Real Digory Kirkes?
Who Saw the First Inkling of Narnia?
Who Let Evil into Narnia?
Charn Go from Bad to Worse?
Only Lucy See What Lucy Saw?
Why Is Eustace Pained by a Bracelet?
Whats the Story in the Magicians Book?
Is the Silver Chair Part of a Set?
Why Does Prince Rilian Wear a Mask?
What Is Tashand What Isnt He?
What Does Lewis Mean by Shadowlands?
Why Would Anyone Hate Narnia?
Whats the Deplorable Word?
If You Can Lead Bree to Water Why Wont
Whats the Knights Tale?
Why Does Bacchus Have So Many Names?
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