The novel, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis, is a story about a journey in a land never thought to be true. This story is written for kids in high school. The title of this book refers to the three main parts of the story.
             Three of the main characters are Aslan (King and God of Narnia), The White Witch (Queen of Narnia), and Edmund (Third oldest of the Pevensie children.
             Aslan is the lion that sacrifices his life so that the witch will let Edmund go. He rises from the dead and kills the White Witch. The White Witch is the evil queen of Narnia that places spells on the land and makes it always winter with no Christmas. Edmund grows into a better man after staying in Narnia for a few days and helps protect his sister Susan.
             I identify with the Character Susan. Susan is the second oldest of the children. She is the kind one yet a little bit slow sometimes. She is known as Queen Susan the Gentle when she becomes Queen at the Cair Paravel.
             In this story, Lucy, the youngest of the Pevensie children goes into the “wardrobe” and finds a land called Narnia awaiting her on the other side. She then meets a faun named Tumnus who is surprised to see a human girl and invites her to tea. Then Tumnus bursts into tears and tells Lucy that he is working for the Evil Queen of Narnia, the White Witch. Tumnus begins to tell Lucy that the witch has put a spell on the land that makes it always winter but never Christmas. Lucy then tells Tumnus to release her and he does.
             Lucy goes back into the wardrobe and tells her siblings what she had encountered, but unsurprisingly they don’t believe a word the says. Edmund then saw Lucy as she vanished into the wardrobe to the land of Narnia. He follows her into the land and doesn’t see Lucy but meets the Witch that Lucy told him about. She then gives him a snack called “Turkish Delight.” She bribes him with this treat to get his siblings to follow him to this ...

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