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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe est fabula in serie Chronica Narniensia prima scripta a C. S. Lewis in 1956 qua, quatros homos alium mundum migrare reges fieri malam strigam superare narrat. In hoc mundo Narniae, homo sunt in vicem mythologia incolantibus.


Ipsa vita macta Edmundo Salvato Aslan renascatur et comparatus est Ieso , materiam Christianam monstrat. At varias materias mythologias monstrantur in Father Christmas qui est Anglice, dwarves et giants qui sunt norse, F

The dwarves and giants are found in Norse mythology. Fauns, centaurs, minotaurs and dryads derive from Greek mythology. Father Christmas, of course, was part of popular English folk lore.

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In Narnia fauno Tumno occurat narratque Albam Strigam malam reginam Narniam regere et hiemem assiduum effecisse. Domum redita Lucia non credita est fratribus. Nocte Lucia elabatur nesciente Edmundus sequitur. Iterum Lucia Tumno convenat at Edmundus Albae Strigae occurrat circumventus. Petrus, Susana, Edmundus, Lucia, Anglici liberi sunt qui Londinii domum relinguere debeat ut periculis belli fugient. Avunculus eos domo rurare mitit. Olim ludunt liberi Lucia et in vestario celat, et forte modo fabuloso se in externo loco invenit, qua est Narnia!

Tumnus Luciae vaticinationem narrat Narniae liberos quattos rectores facturos esse.

Interea, corruptus cupiditusque dulce et pollicito casso Edmundus est Striga et Strigae fratrem decipere adsentit


Ad vestiarium et domum redierunt, Edumundus Luciae occurrit et cum advenirent, Lucia Petrum

Susanamque narrat Edmundum similiter Lucia in Narnia fuisse quam rursus Edmundus defraudente

negat, Luciamque infamat. Lucia decepta plorat tergumque vertet, postibi omnes Edmundo irati sunt.

Postea die, iterum, omnes liberi in vestiario se ingrediuntur et casu in Narnia. Casulam Tumni eunt sed Tumnus abest, casa populata et Tumnus ipsus apprehensus est ab Albae Veneficae. Liberi denique a fibro fauti sunt et casula accepti. Dum in cumiculo sedent res disputantes, fiber eos de vaticinatione et reditu Aslani, veri Regis Narniae qui leo est, narravit. Ad hunc disputantes, fiber eos de vaticinatione narrat rediturus Aslanem esse et veritam regem Narniae. aliis occupatis Edumundus elabitur. Edmundo sine aliis advento Vinefacia rabit quod consilium frutratum est. Aslanum redivisse audito, Alba Venefica castellum reliquit et copias conscribere incipit, Edmundumque incarcerat. Interea fibri liberique castram advento, liberi Aslanum de Edmundo narrant

Liberi de Edmundo ut Aslanum narrat quisnam ad servandum Edmundum copias mandat. Accidit ut eum solvandum, venefica redimere requirat. Calling for a truce, the witch demands that Edmund be returned to her, as an ancient law (the "Deep magic") gives her possession of all traitors.

Aslan diende suam vitam Albam Veneficam dare in rito anticuo saxa traba congruit et mortuum suum ambulavit. Lucia Susanaque furtim Aslam sequenter et vigilibant. Alba Venefica et socii eius Aslanum deriserunt Saxosam Mensam ascendentem. Aslan offers himself in Edmund's place, and the witch accepts. Aslan is sacrificed by the witch, but comes back to life through "Deeper magic": when one who is blameless willingly dies on behalf of the guilty, he may return to life. In a final battle, the witch is defeated and killed by Aslan. The children become kings and queens, and spend 15 years reigning in Narnia.

Aslan necato hostia fiat per Albam Veneficam, tamen revectus est tergum ad vitam per "profundam magiam " ut "unus quisnam est innocens volutarie dies moriatur? pro alio crimenis, is revertere vita potest. Postremo proelio Aslan Albam Veneficam vincit necavitque. Liberi rex reginaque fiant Narniam regent.

They grow to maturity before returning to our world, where they find themselves children again. They hear Mrs Macready still talking to the visitors in the passageway; their years in Narnia have taken no time at all on this side of the door. They explain their adventure to the professor, who believes them straight away and tells them that they would return to Narnia one day, though never again through the wardrobe.

Adolescunt antequam regrediantur nostrum mundum ubi se reperiunt ut liberi. Mox audiunt Macready loquentem hospites esse in angustia. Pluri suum annorum in Narnia praeterit, haud nullo in hac latera praeterit. Historicas suas narrant magistrem qui eos credent et Narniam regredi esse dicat sed nunquam per vestiarium iterum.

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Professor Kirke is based on W.T. Kirkpatrick, who tutored a 16-year-old Lewis. "Kirk," as he was sometimes called, taught the young Lewis much about thinking and communicating clearly, skills that would be invaluable to him later.[13]

Narnia is caught in endless winter that has lasted a century when the children first enter. Norse tradition mythologises a "great winter", known as the Fimbulwinter, said to precede Ragnarok. The trapping of Edmund by the White Witch is reminiscent of the seduction and imprisonment of Kay by The Snow Queen in Hans Christian Andersen's novella of that name.

The dwarves and giants are found in Norse mythology. Fauns, centaurs, minotaurs and dryads derive from Greek mythology. Father Christmas, of course, was part of popular English folk lore. Persona Kirke orta possit ex Magistro W.T. Kirkpatrick pueris Lewis natius 16 annos. Norse tradition mythologises a "great winter", known as the Fimbulwinter, said to precede Ragnarok.

Hiberna orta possit ex "Valde Hiberna " in mythologia Germanica notu ut Fimbulwinter quam praecedere dicitur Ragnarok. Etiam in mythologia Germanica, nani et gigantes inveniuntur. irretitus of Edmund per Niveus Veneficus est reminiscent of corruptio quod ligatio of Kay per Snow Regina in Hans Sarcalogos Andersen's novus illius nomen.

Deceptus Edmundus ab alba Venefica corruptionem memorat incarceratum Kay ab Nivea Regina in Novella 'Snow Queen' per Hans Christian Andersen.

semicaper Fauni, centauri, minotauri et dryades evidenter orta sunt ex Mythologia Graeca. Father Christmas eadem ex Mythologia Anglica.

It has been widely argued that the main story is an allegory of Christ's crucifixion:[14] Aslan sacrifices himself for Edmund, a traitor who may deserve death, in the same way that the Christ figure is said to have sacrificed Himself for sinners. The cross maybe suggested by the Stone Table (reminiscent of Neolithic dolmens). As with the Christian Passion, it is women (Susan and Lucy) who tend Aslan's body after he dies and are the first to see him after his resurrection. The freeing of Aslan's body from the stone table by field mice is reminiscent of Aesop's fable of "The Lion and the Mouse."

Videtur late hunc historiam Crucificionem Christi esse. Aslan eundum sacrificionem fecit Edmundo, proditor qui necem meruit, in modo similis Christi persona qui eundum sacrificionem fecit pecatoribus. Ut passio Christi, sunt feminae(Susan et Lucy) quae colunt corpum Aslani post mortem et primae sunt quae eum videre post resurrectionem.