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C.S. Lewis

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Edmund PevensieSpiteful traitor;changes and becomesKing of NarniaLucy PevensieFaithful, loving girl with a healing cordial; becomes Queen of NarniaAslanCreator of Narnia;good, powerful lion that rescues and comfortsPeter PevensieBrave, dependable boy; becomes High King of NarniaSusan PevensieGentle, cautious girl gifted with a magical horn;becomes Queen of NarniaCaspianSeafaring, noble king;helps restore the OldNarnia of talking animalsEustace ScrubbReformed pest-turned-dragon-turned-heroQueen JadisEvil ruler of Narnia;causes 100 years of winter but is defeated by Aslan and the PevensiesSiblingsEnemiesGuidesFriendsCousinsMain CharactersThe Chronicles of Narnia by the NumbersYear in which the Pevensies enter Narnia1940Years that Narnia exists,from creation to destruction2,555Years the enchanted Prince Rilian is held captive by the Lady of the Green Kirtle10Books in the Chronicles of Narnia series7ThemesCourage & CowardiceCourage is celebrated; when put to the test, weak, fearful characters become brave to fight evil.TemptationSome characters prove their integrity by resisting temptation, while others give in to its lure and suffer the consequences.FaithThrough faith in Aslan, characters make honorable choices that benefit the greater good.Good vs. EvilPersonality flaws and weaknesses allow evil to creep in, but good characters have strength to thwart evil in whatever form it presents itself.Aslan, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Chapter 17nce a king or queen in Narnia, always a king or queen.Sources:, C.S. Lewis Foundation, Narnia Official Website, Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis by Michael WardCopyright © 2018 Course Hero, Inc.Lewis was an Irish World War I veteran, writer, and professor at Oxford and Cambridge universities. After converting to Christianity in his 30s, Lewis addressed religion through books, essays, and radio broadcasts. He is perhaps best known for his children’s fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia.C.S. LEWIS1898–1963Author