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Aslan (The World of Narnia Series)

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Published by HarperTrophy .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsDeborah Maze (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7292207M
ISBN 10006443527X
ISBN 109780064435277
OCLC/WorldCa47958858


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A lovely picture book that is a very poor rendition of the original story. How about a book about Aslan that ends before he dies and is resurrected. That is the very crux of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." Disappointing/5.

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Seeing ancient Palestine as a hot bed of revolutionary activity, he finds the most plausible explanation of the historical Jesus as one which sees Jesus as revolutionary who was ultimately crucified for his anti-roman by: Aslan is the only character to appear in all seven books of the Chronicles of Narnia.

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Aslan's ultimate purpose in life is to serve others and to obey the will of the Emperor-Beyond-the-Sea. Aslan is an allegorical representation of Jesus Christ in the Christian religion.

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In the first part of the book Aslan writes about the evolution of God and how humans created God in their own image since the beginning of our history.

There was a lot to think about in that part of the book for me and I learned quite a bit, but once I got into the chapters on the big 3 monotheistic religions, it wasn't as interesting for me.4/5.

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Aslan begins to gather his army--but Jadis (aka the White Witch) throws a fairly large wrench in the works. She conferences with Aslan and demands the death of Edmund, the third Pevensie child.

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Aslan knights Edmund, who has atoned for his sin of siding with the Witch. The children ascend to the thrones at Cair Paravel, the castle in Narnia. Aslan subsequently disappears. The children eventually become adults and reign over Narnia for many years. One day, in a hunt for a magical white stag, they arrive at the lamppost that had marked Cited by: Chapter Aslan is Nearer.

The book's point of view returns to Edmund. Edmund musters up the courage to ask the Witch for some Turkish Delight, but she refuses at first. Then, she realizes that Edmund could faint on the journey, so she orders the dwarf to bring him stale bread and water.

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