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New York Post - New York, N.Y.
Author: Weinstein, Farrah
Date: Dec 6, 2005
Start Page: 048
Section: New YorkPulse
Abstract (Document Summary)

Aslan. King of Narnia, and the creator of all its talking beasts. The shrewd and magnificent lion strives to keep Narnia a happy place, free of evil witches, malicious minotaurs and cruel Calormenes. Aslan is not always living in Narnia, so he summons children from Earth to help battle evil.

Lamp-post. It is the light Lucy Pevensie follows when she emerges from the wardrobe. The lamp-post marks the far west of Narnia and the entry way back into the World of Men. It was brought to Narnia from the White Witch, in the shape of an iron bar, and was used as a weapon in an attempt to kill Aslan while he was creating Narnia in "The Magician's Nephew."

"Prince Caspian." After Queen Lucy, Queen Susan, King [Lucy, Edmund] and King [Peter Pevensie] return to England, evil has once again cast its doom on Narnia. Prince Caspian the 10th must escape from the evil King Miraz's castle and venture to the Old Narnia to become allies with the talking animals in order to restore peace to Narnia. He blows the magic horn to summon help from Edmund, Lucy and Peter.

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