Narnia

Narnia

kingdom in which fantasy cycle of seven tales by C. S. Lewis takes place. [Children’s Lit.: Fisher, 289–290]
See: Fantasy

Narnia

scene of fantasies by C. S. Lewis. [Br. Lit.: Prince Caspian]
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IT ALL began with a little girl sneaking into an "enormous wardrobe" during a siblings' game of hide and seek which led to the discovery of a fantastical world called Narnia.
The story begins with the land of Narnia frozen in a perpetual winter of darkness and despair, seemingly all under the dominion of the White Witch, Queen Jadis, including the intelligent talking animals once ruled by the great and majestic lion Aslan, King of Narnia.
Though these four children, now on the brink of adulthood with many years' experience as kings and queens behind them, come from our world into Narnia, they are not the protagonists in HHB.
20pm) The four Pevensie children are summoned back to the magical land of Narnia to find centuries have passed in their absence.
The first Narnia trilogy, starring Liam Neeson as the voice of lion 'Aslan' and Tilda Swinton as the 'White Witch', grossed a total of 1.
First presented as three Lectures given at Canterbury Cathedral during Holy Week 2011, this book by the former archbishop of Canterbury examines one specific aspect of the Narnia books: the character Aslan and why he matters.
It turns out Narnia is a real place (well, nearly).
Beset by all manner of off-camera problems, this third chapter of the Narnia saga is still a feast for the eyes, though, for some, it lacks the freshness of The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Each fantasy world received about one-fifth of the vote, though Narnia and Neverland tied for a slight lead.
Summary: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is the third installment in the Chronicles of Narnia saga.
his week's second threequel, we catch up with wartime evacuees Edmund and Lucy Pevensie (Skandar Keynes and Georgie Henley) who are swept away to Narnia to be reunited with Caspian (Ben Barnes), now the commander of a ship called the Dawn Treader.
LIVERPOOL'S St George's Hall is being transformed into CS Lewis's magical world of Narnia.