They were invited to help an ape, Shift, rule Narnia through a false Aslan. The prince is aided by Eustace and Jill, along with some of the loyal Narnian animals. This story tells of the destruction of Narnia and how Aslan brings all that was good in Narnia to his country.
Lewis, written in The novel is a part of a chronicle containing 7 novels and even though it was the first one published, the author recommendation is to read it as the second one.
The plot begins in the World War II and it continues to the unknown time in the magical world of Narnia, named by the Italian city Narni.
The lion Aslan rules Narnia. He is a completely personified animal with human and heroic characteristics. Besides that Aslan has the characteristics of Jesus that was referred to as the Lion in the Holy Bible.
The character is intentionally shown with strong Christian symbolic that carries on throughout the books. Author implemented the symbolic obviously in some parts of the novel and in the moral of the story. Book Summary In the beginning of the story four young relatives — Peter, Lucy, Edmund and Susan Pevensie are evacuated from London because the city was under a threat of being attacked in the war.
They were supposed to live in the village at an eccentric professor Kirke.
When the kids come to the house they decide to explore their new environment. The youngest one, Lucy, finds a big, old wardrobe. She decides to open it and then she finds herself in Narnia, covered in snow. Lucy found a fawn named Tumnus who has never seen a girl before and he is left surprised by her appearance.
Tumnus explained Lucy that they are in the parallel world of Narnia and he invites her for tea. After some time Tumnus starts crying and tells Lucy that he is actually a secret servant of the White Witch that enchanted Narnia so that there would be eternal snow and coldness.
Tumnus explained to Lucy that the White Witch ordered him to bring her the first human creature he finds in Narnia. Tumnus liked Lucy a lot so he let her go back to the world without mentioning her to the Witch. Lucy left Narnia and told her relatives what she had seen in the wardrobe.
Her older relatives decide to check out the wardrobe and they find nothing there so they just conclude that Lucy made it all up. Edmund made fun of Lucy because of her imaginary adventures until one day Lucy disappears in the wardrobe and he follows her. Instead of her, he came across the White Witch.
She represented herself to be the queen of Narnia and invites him to her castle where she organized a big party and offered Edmund an enchanted cake. Edmund is left by an unstoppable greed and need to eat more cake.
White Witch took advantage of him and persuaded him to bring his relatives to Narnia so that she could meet them. When Edmund was coming back he encountered Lucy that tells him everything she knows about the White Witch.
Edmund held his acquaintance with the White Witch for himself because of the enchantment. Edmund and Lucy went back to their world. Lucy told Peter and Susan about Narnia but this time with Edmund who denied the fact that he had ever been there.
He was shocked by their insinuation that Lucy is ill and he confirms that Narnia exists. They found themselves in Narnia and then they believed Lucy. Lucy felt sad and she convinced her relatives to go and save Tumnus. They headed for the forest of Narnia guided by a bird.The Last Battle is a high fantasy novel for children by C.
S. Lewis, published by The Bodley Head in It was the seventh and final novel in The Chronicles of Narnia (–). Like the others it was illustrated by Pauline Baynes and her work has been retained in many later ph-vs.com: C.
S. Lewis. The Last Battle has , ratings and 4, reviews. Maria said: I think this is the first book I've ever hated. And that list is pretty short. As a ch 4/5. Nov 17, · Join us for Chapters of The Final Narnia book!
-- Watch live at ph-vs.com What age child should read The Chronicles of Narnia series? C.S. Lewis is the author of this book. "The Last Battle" was published on September 4, This book has pages. The Last Battle Narnia Characters-Shift was an ape, ugly, oldest, most wrinkled ape, liar, clever, and bad.-Puzzle was a donkey, taught he wasn't very clever, Shift's servant, innocent, part of the lie Shift created, and became good.
The Last Battle is a high fantasy novel for children by C. S. Lewis, published by The Bodley Head in It was the seventh and final novel in The Chronicles of Narnia (–).
Like the others it was illustrated by Pauline Baynes and her work has been retained in many later ph-vs.comher: The Bodley Head.