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Canvas Prompt: Due Date 2.18.19C.S. Lewis claimed he wrote a “supposal” rather than an “allegory.” Proposition: He was right. He achieved critical distance and a unique artistic production.Respond to:1) Identifying the primary differences between “supposal” and “allegory” for Lewis; 2) using textual evidence from at least two novels in the Chronicles of Narnia 3) referencing two of the following: The Bible, Augustine, Plato, “On Stories,” “The Necessity Chivalry,” “On Fairy-stories,” and “Myth became Fact.”Words: 750-1000. Avoid fluff. Don’t rely on block quotes. Don’t rely on other people for this assignment.Lewis: The Necessity of Chivalry: Lewis “On Stories”: Aristotle in Poetics constructed a theory of Greek tragedy which puts Story in the centre and relegates character to a strictly subordinate place. In the Middle Ages and the early Renaissance, Boccaccio, and others developed an allegorical theory of story to

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