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Reflections on The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Choose a question to write about and use evidence from the whole text to answer your questions, not just one chapter.  You will need to use many sentences, or paragraphs, to complete your thoughts.


Choice A

Each of the children undergoes some changes throughout the course of the book.  Write how each child changed from the beginning to the end and what happened to them to make them change.


Choice B

Many people who read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe see Aslan as a symbol of Jesus.  Describe in as many ways as you can how Aslan is like Jesus throughout the book.


Choice C

Why did C.S. Lewis choose to have children as the main characters?  Explain why you think he chose to have children as the main characters and why he thought adults couldn't have travelled to Narnia to fight for Aslan to be crowned Kings and Queens at Cair Paravel.