The Lion, The Witch, And Wardrobe

IR Project

Summary

Summary of "The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe."

Theme

The theme of this story is that you should make sure someone is a lair before accusing them of being a lair.

Characterization

Lucy

  • Kind
  • Youngest
  • Girl

Edmund

  • Good, But Mean
  • 2nd Youngest
  • Boy

Susan

  • Kind
  • Girl

Peter

  • Brave
  • Boy

Creatures

Some are good and some are evil.

Professor

  • Old
  • Man

Point of View

The story is in third person omniscient.

Example: "Looking into the inside, she saw several coats hanging up-mostly long fur coats." It has nothing like mes or Is and isn't being narrated by a character from the book.

Example Dialogue

I chose this dialogue from the text because it shows how Edmund can be mean and shows characterization.

Figurative Language

Here are two examples of figurative language from the text:

Sensory Language: Sight: "light also became green." Its important because it shows that The White Witch's magic is becoming weaker.

Metaphor: "and you are all beasts, beasts." Its important because it shows that Lucy is upset with the because they won't believe that she found a place called Narnia in the wardrobe.