Edmund Pevensie

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    (book one of The Chronicles of Narnia) that is exactly what Edmund did… Well, almost did anyway. Edmund had sided with the witch (for a short time) when she cursed him into desiring Turkish Delight over anything else, and polluted his mind with lies of being the Prince, and soon king of Narnia. Then, later in the story, right before almost being executed by the witch, he was rescued. Edmund Pevensie was greedy and he was a bully who made many mistakes but eventually learned from them, and why they were problematic. The Turkish delight caused Edmund to feel greed and lust for more. Though was not the only reason he felt greed. He had not a very good relationship with his siblings at the time and did not feel that they deserved to be treated as well as himself.…

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    As The Witch in The Chronicles of Narnia; The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe once stated, “Every traitor belongs to me as my lawful prey and that for every treachery I have a right to a kill,” (Quotev). She said this in reference to Edmund Pevensie, one of the four Pevensie children, as she decided on his fate. Edmund’s only hope was the strength of his family and friends, and even that of a lion named Aslan. There was a profound strain on each Prime Minister during World War Two. Britain had…

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    shown the adventure of 4 siblings, Lucy, Peter, Susan, and Edmund, as they travel through a magic wardrobe that transports them to the magical land of Narnia. There they learn about the curse of eternal winter that has been cast upon Narnia by the evil White Witch. Throughout their journey, they meet many friends and joined forces with the great lion, Aslan, but with new friends came new enemies and challenges. The…

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    King Edmund In 901

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    Edmund whose father is killed in battle when the Vikings overrun East Anglia. Edmund flees to the Kingdom of Wessex to join forces with the young King Alfred. Edmund is in many battles which at first the Saxon lose, then as he and young Alfred get talking they decide to use and adapt Roman warfare methods such at the 'turtle' and tight formations in wedge shapes. Edmund begins to win and becomes notorious, but it isn't enough the Danes keep coming. King Alfred in desperation tries to pay them…

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    Edmund's Bastard Identity

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    Cunning, resolute, and indignant, Edmund of Shakespeare’s King Lear soliloquizes upon his bastard identity. Although embracing the unpopular nature of his conception, he rejects the unfair treatment that he receives for being a bastard. Accepting the label, Edmund recognizes that his bastard nature can be a source of pride. Indeed, throughout his argument he refers to “bastards” myriad times, indicating a level of comfort with the term, thereby accepting his bastardy truth. At some points, he…

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    Lucy, Edmund, and Eustace were on the Dawn Treader with Caspian sailing to an island that Caspian’s uncle (Lord Peter) who sent seven of his closes friends to sail far east to the unknown seas and islands. No men ever returned. Not even Caspian’s uncle. The greatest sailer ever in the Narnian kingdom. Caspian had just been crowned king of Narnia. Edmund and Lucy used to be king and queen of Narnia but, they couldn’t stay in Narnia forever. They had there own world to get back to on earth, so…

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    As a Christian we can learn from C.S. Lewis’ character the evil witch is like the devil. She tries to get you fall for the smallest things that can become big and affect your faith life. The Evil Witch Is bossy. She is bossy when she wanted to know where Edmunds brothers and sisters where. Edmund couldn’t get them to come to the Witch’s house so he went off by himself. Then went to the Witch’s house and the Witch was surprised to see him with no brother or sisters. Then she got angry at him and…

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    Theme Of Faith In Narnia

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    faith. One cannot acquire forgiveness on their own. His own sin is too great and the divine sovereign is too honest for self-justification. One cannot change themselves either. Sinfulness is to grand to overcome on ones’ own. There are some things only Aslan can do, and the only proper human response to these things is faith. As the Beavers in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe tell Peter, it is no good trying to save Mr. Tumnus from the White Witch themselves: "It 's no good, Son of Adam . .…

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    When comparing my personality with each of the Pevensie children, I find I have something in common with each child. I would like to say that I am as responsible and courageous as Peter, but I am not nearly as direct or charismatic. In some way, I can say I am rational and caring like Susan, yet I trust my intuition over reason. I could also find similarities between Edmund and me in that I am quiet and have a difficult time with change. However, unlike Edmund, I have a strong inside moral…

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    What would you do if you walked into your closet and it led you into another dimension? Peter, Lucy, Edmund, and Susan are children who get sent off to an orphanage to be protected because of WW11 was going on so they could be safe. Lucy the youngest, was playing hide and seek with her siblings and she secretes herself in a closet that seems very out of the ordinary. It is an endless closet and she finds herself in a place called Narnia. Lucy meets a half human and half fawn named Mr.Tumnus.…

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