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  • proper n. A land in which a series of seven children’s books, The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis are set.

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  • Only on THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN on Blu-ray Disc can fans take a 360-degree look behind the scenes of the castle raid sequence and get unique access to the secrets of how this latest adventure to Narnia was pulled off.

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  • The drama knows that deeper than any such nonsense, Narnia is founded on the rules of Story.

    Thoughts on Narnia

  • One might imagine that Gnostic Aslan as a weaker paraclete, one whose abandonment of Narnia is only the necessary relocation of a limited force of light called away to battle evil on another front, a Phildickian saviour-in-hiding who “must invade reality in order to redeem it”.

    Thoughts on Narnia

  • So I picked up A Field Guide to the Birds: Eastern Land and Water Birds more or less at random from the top of my stacks of Grandpa books, and oh, you guys, you guys, I may as well be in Narnia here.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • It's possible that I read C.S. Lewis before, but Narnia is allegory, right?

    MIND MELD: What Book Introduced You to Fantasy?

  • In a sense, it was an arranged marriage: My parents read to me as a child, so I was immersed in Narnia, in Middle Earth, and the eerie world of Meg Murry long before I knew that there was such a thing as science fiction.

    MIND MELD: What Book Introduced You to Science Fiction?

  • The problem with Narnia is this rather dishonest attempt to teach kiddies how The World Really Is by other means.

    mrissa: books read, late March

  • I thought even the appearances of Aslan in Narnia owed something to the ‘Piper at the Gates of Dawn’ chapter.

    Mole and Rat and Toad and Badger « Unknowing

  • Point being, a good story will resonate with all sorts of propaganda, depending on the reader, whereas a true propaganda tale will make itself evident to all readers regardless (as in Narnia).

    Science Fiction Belongs to the World

  • Whereas Narnia is more propgandistic, Middle-Earth, becasue it is such a great story, has been used as propaganda for Christianity, environmentalists, and against female empowerment and others.

    Science Fiction Belongs to the World

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