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The Symbolism of Narnia

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Transcript of The Symbolism of Narnia

The Symbolism of Narnia
by: Wong Hoi Kiu 7Z
What is Narnia?
Narnia is a fantasy world in the chronicles of Narnia. In the lion, the witch and the wardrobe, the characters and objects in this story symbolize some of things in the christian allegory.
GOAL!
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The symbolism of Narnia
- Aslan = Jesus Christ
- Queen Jadis, the white witch = Lucifer
- Peter = the apostle peter
- Susan = Mary
- Edmund = Man
- Lucy = Mary
- Mr. Tumnus, the faun = Judas
- The stone table = the cross
- Lucy's healing potion = Christ's blood
- Aslan's breath = the resurrection power of the holy spirit
- Helmet = Salvation
- Shield = Faith
- Sword = The spirit within us
- Susan's horn = prayer
- The beavers = Faithful disciples of christ
- St Nick = The spirit of giving
- The Fox = People
- Wolves = Satan's helpers
Peter
Peter Pevensie, was the eldest of the Pevensie chidren and the ruler of Narnia after the white witch.
Aslan
Aslan, also known as the great lion, is the creator and one true king of Narnia. He is a large, talking lion. He also bring humans from earth to Narnia so they can teach both peoples some lessons.
The White Witch
The White Witch, also known as Queen Jadis was the last Queen of Charn. She was accidentally brought to the World of Narnia, and she unsurped the throne of the original royal family of Narnia.
She began the long winter, forcing Narnia into a hundred-year state of frozen snow and ice.
Aslan is Jesus Christ in the christian allegory because he sacrificed himself to save Edmund.( men )
The White witch is Lucifer in the Christian allegory because she is evil and she tried to kill the pevensie children because narnians believe that one day, the white witch would be overthrown by them.
Peter Pevensie is Peter in the Christian allegory.
Susan
Susan was the second-born of the Pevensie children, and was the eldest sister. She was known to the narnians as Queen Susan the gentle and was known to be more logical, motherly and serious than her sister lucy.
Susan is Mary in the Christian allegory
Edmund
Edmund, also known as Ed, was the third of the pevensie children, and the second one to enter the world of Narnia.
Edmund is man in the christian allegory because he told things to the white witch which was wrong, and we also sometimes do mistakes like him.
Lucy
Lucy, also known as Queen Lucy the Valiant, was the youngest of the pevensie children and was the first of them to enter the world of Narnia.
Lucy is Mary in the christian allegory.
Mr.Tumnus
Mr.Tumnus was a male faun, a servant for the white witch, and later, a high official in the kingdom of Narnia. He was the first narnian that Lucy met.
Mr.Tumnus is Judas in the christian allegory.
Others
The stone table = the cross
- Lucy's healing potion = Christ's blood
- Aslan's breath = the resurrection power of the holy spirit
- Helmet = Salvation
- Shield = Faith
- Sword = The spirit within us
- Susan's horn = prayer
- The beavers = Faithful disciples of christ
- St Nick = The spirit of giving
- The Fox = People
- Wolves = Satan's helpers
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