The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
Essay title: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
Four children, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, are evacuated from London during World War II, and settled with an elderly Professor in a large country-house.

The children explore, and Lucy, the youngest of the children, climbs into a wardrobe and finds it leads to a snow-covered land. She meets a faun, Tumnus, who tells her that the land is called Narnia, and that it is ruled over by the ruthless White Witch, who ensures that it is always winter but never Christmas.

Lucy goes back through the wardrobe, having spent hours in Narnia. It turns out that no time has passed in England, and she is unable to convince the other children about her adventure, as the wardrobe has returned to normal.

Lucy in Narnia
Lucy in Narnia
Several weeks later, she re-enters Narnia, and Edmund follows. He fails to catch up with Lucy, and instead comes across the witch, who seduces him with magical sweets and promises of power. She persuades him to try to bring the other children to her

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