By Martha C. Sammons

A advisor via Narnia used to be one of many first in-depth reports of C.S. Lewis's seven Chronicles of Narnia. the focal point and association of this revised and accelerated version is on why Lewis wrote the books as fairy stories, the easiest "Form" for his rules. it's written for either scholars and students who are looking to extend their knowing of those well known classics. Chapters contain: -Seeing photographs: How the books have been written, chronological summaries, book historical past -Selecting the suitable shape: Why Lewis selected the fairy story shape, fairy story parts and magnificence -Seeing guy as Hero: baby heroes -Stealing earlier Dragons: features of non secular delusion, allegory and "supposition," Christian parts -Stepping during the Door: topics and results of fable -Dictionary of Names and locations Martha C. Sammons is Professor of English at Wright country collage.

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