Prince Caspian

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  • Prince Caspian Christian Analysis

    C. S. Lewis, a well-known author and apologist, is best known by people of all ages for his seven volume series entitled it “Prince Caspian”. As Lewis wrote about the land of Narnia, an imaginary world visited by children of this world, he had two obvious purposes: to entertain the readers and to suggest analogies of the Christian faith. Although some feel that his stories are violent, Lewis is successful at using fiction to open people's' hearts to accepting Christ as their Savior because he first entertains the audience with a wonderful story. Throughout the research of Prince Caspian it has many elements that relate to christian influences. For example some of the influences are belief, believing is seeing and the christian theology. In…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Castle

    where he tells me his name, Prince Caspian, and he then asks me my name. I have never thought about a name for myself, and other people call me a thief or a bandit. Promptly, I think of a name for myself, from all my kills, most of them named were named William. William, that 's it, I will call myself William. As I tell Caspian my name he begins to gain a significant amount of interest, does he know someone else named William? Does he think I stole their name? After, he just nods approvingly…

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  • Perseus Of Greek Mythology And Prince Caspian Of The Chronicles Of Narnian

    of the stories that are written and told in the current world are connected to older myths from Greek or Norse mythology. One example of the connection between current day literature and older myths would be found between Perseus and Prince Caspian. Perseus of Greek Mythology and Prince Caspian of the Chronicles of Narnia share a mythological identity- that of the sacrificial lamb, giving all for love, which has become unimportant in the self-absorbed world of today. To start with, Perseus from…

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  • Good And Evil In The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

    that comes back in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe— Jadis. They have to stop Jadis from terrorizing Narnia creating a battle between good and evil in this brand new world. The theme of good verses evil comes up again in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe against the same evil and then again in Prince Caspian. Digory sets free the evil queen Jadis from her world Charn. Before being in a frozen states Charn is was in the middle of being destroyed in the aftermath of Jadis ' fight with her…

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  • Theme Of Faith In Narnia

    Bacchus the nymph shows up to perform a "far wilder" dance with his Maenads at the Fords of Beruna (Prince Caspian 207) His dance is productive. It generates a feast including Bacchus 's own specialty, wine: "dark thick ones like syrups of mulberry juice, and clear red ones like red jellies liquefied, and yellow wines and green wines and yellowy-green and greenish-yellow" (205). The actions of music and dance are metonymy for a life full of playful yet serious endeavors and pleasure is amongst…

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  • Chronicles Of Narnia Themes

    seven deadly sins is represented in each of the seven books. The seven deadly sins are gluttony, luxury, greed, sloth, pride, anger, and envy. The first book represents gluttony in the character Edmund. Gluttony is a habitual greed. Edmund demonstrates this in his gluttony of Turkish delight. He is willing to put his siblings in harm’s way, in order to get more Turkish delight. The second deadly sin, luxury, is represented through King Miraz and his lust for power. In the third book,…

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  • Summary Of The Chronicles Of Narni The Lion, And The Wardrobe

    The book The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe was written by C. S. Lewis in 1949. The setting of the book is in the country of England during World War II, and the main characters are Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy. Because the children were living in London during the war, they were sent to the countryside of England. The house that they move into is owned by an old professor and resembles a castle. The book enters into its full splendor when Lucy, the youngest child,…

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  • Comparison Between C. S Lewis The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe

    Witch, enchantment and magic where the 3 words that influenced me to choose the book that turned out to be The Chronicals of Narnia series 2nd book, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. This adventurous, fantasy book was written by C. S Lewis in 1950 making it 67 years old. The story takes place is a magical land called Narnia. Unfortunately the evil snow queen has put a curse over the land causing it to be winter forever. When 4 children, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy find a portal in a…

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  • Symbolism In Lewis's The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe

    Throughout The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, Lewis utilizes a myriad of components, or symbols, to create an allegory of Christianity. These components suggest Lewis was crafting this story to convey Christian concepts. Examples of religious symbolism include Aslan, the stone table, the beavers underlying characteristics, the children’s “title”, and even the White Witch. Aslan is a character who strongly resembles Jesus Christ. Within the first few chapters, the fawn and the beavers speak…

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  • Lion And The Wardrobe Themes

    imprisoning Mr. Tumnus and laying a trap for when Lucy returns. Maugrim and the wolves as Jadis’ secret police also act through the logic of the “banality of evil”. Their efficient hierarchy of power allows for the wolves to abuse their strength to oppress fellow Narnians. The can be paralleled to officers in the Gestapo in Nazi Germany. The wolves blindly enact the will of Jadis to surveil, arrest, and execute in her name due to the promise of power and control. Edmund also presents a “banal…

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