By Colin Duriez

Are you touring to Narnia? whether this is often your first stopover at to C. S. Lewis's great fable global or if you have been there again and again, you want to carry alongside this useful spouse to the panorama and population of Narnia, together with an A-to-Z consultant to characters, areas, gadgets and occasions. From Narnia specialist Colin Duriez you are going to study

  • more concerning the brain at the back of Narnia
  • how Narnia pertains to different resourceful worlds and children’s literature
  • about the background in the tales of Narnia
  • how Narnia suits into Lewis's different work

Duriez additionally takes up a few the sticky questions that you could be be left brooding about approximately, comparable to the future of Susan. His e-book might help you dig deeper into the sequence and its implications for figuring out the Christian lifestyles.

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