The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrope

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Imagine Earth as a place where everyone in it has magical powers. Would life in it be the same as we are living now? Even the animals and the trees have power too and can talk. While you are thinking about it or imagining Earth like that, I want to tell you that there is a place like the one you are imagining right now. It’s Narnia. The unbelievable land where it’s always dark and cold. It’s a place where four siblings went during World War II as C.S. Lewis mentioned in his book. He wrote the book of chronicles of Narnia The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrope in a way based on his characterization. By reading the book and watching the movie, we can see that the author loved little children as he put them as characters of the story. He also …show more content…
Peter, who was the eldest child in this story was best described as bravery. He was not selfish as his brother Edmond. He always looked after his younger brother and sisters. He eventually awarded by the King of Narnia to lead his army to fight the evil queen. Susan, which is the second eldest sibling. She is the one with much courage among all of them. She acted like a mother for them. When dangerous things happen to them she always wanted them to be safe. On the first night they slept in the Professor's’ house, she told Edmond to go to sleep. She acted like a mother for them. Everything she made was like a mother’s doings. Lucy, which is the youngest child, her characterization best described as trustful. She always had right choice. First she trusted the Faun that he is not evil. Even she told her brothers and sister that she has been to Narnia, her brothers and sister didn’t believe her. She didn’t care about her brothers and sister disbelieve. She trusted that what she has been through is not dream. And the last one is Edmond. He is the selfish child among them. He always wanted to surpass Peter in everything. He also doesn’t want to listen to his sister. He was the one who let them into trouble by telling the evil queen about his sibling so she can let him prince for Narnia and later be king. He wanted to show Peter that he is not silly by trying to be the king of Narnia. Along with the four children who are

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