the Lion,the Witch, & the Wardrobe

A review by Hannah Barry

Overveiw of themes in the book.

"Honesty is the best policy." Lucy knows Narnia is real, Edmund say it but he says it is fake. She will make them believe her because she is being Honest.

"Do to someone as you would want them to do to you." Lucy trusts the Faun after he saves her, when he goes missing she wants to save him, and she will.

"To much of a good thing is a bad thing." Edmund experienced this when he ate to much turkish delight and sold all the others out.

Characters In the Story.

Peter; the eldest of four. He has to be the most responsible one. He has to be the strongest and he has the be the bravest. I know this because in the book it says he has to act the oldest and being the oldest has all of these responsibilities. he is childish but is trying to change that.

Susan; The oldest girl. She has to be mother like while they are away. She has to be the on who they turn to when they need help. She is very responsible and loves all the children equally. She wants to keep Lucy safe adn young, she tells the other children when they do stuff that is wrong. I know this because while they are away she is like their mother, telling them what is right and what is wrong.

Edmund; He is the third oldest. He is a jerk. He went into Narnia and met the White witch. He and Lucy ran into each other in the woods, when they came out of the wardrobe Lucy told Peter and Susan that Edmund went to Narnia too. He said he was pretending and playing with Lucy.

Lucy; the youngest. A sweet, honest little girl. Her siblings don't believe her about the world of Narnia, even though her older brother saw it. He says it was fake. She is sensitive but trustworthy.