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Lucy Pevensie; A hero's journey.
Transcript of Lucy Pevensie; A hero's journey.
A young Hero's Journey. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe What makes
Lucy a hero! The Hero's
Storyline The hero's
background. The Hero's
symbolism. During World War 2, the 4 children; Peter Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, are evacuated from London because of a bombing from Germany. They had to move to a large country house in the North- Where Lucy discovered the Wardrobe that led her to the land of Narnia. CALL TO ADVENTURE Call to adventure- The call came when Lucy discovered the wardrobe that took her to Narnia. She immediately met Mr.Tummnus. 2 This occurs when all four Pevensie children enter the wardrobe and arrive in Narnia. This was all a cause of the older siblings, Peter and Susan, who tried to prove that Narnia wasn't real by going in the wardrobe. " Meeting
goddess. " Meeting with goddess- Lucy and her older siblings Peter and Susan, found their love to a mighty lion; Aslan. They loved him since the first time they met him at his camp. Later on, after Edmund has been fed up and tortured by the White Witch, he finds love with Aslan, and Aslan forgives him. Aslan will be their leader throughout this story. Being a christ-like figure in this story, Aslan represents the love christ has for all people. The heroic battle! The heroic battle takes place whenever the Pevensie children are given their weapons and gear, and go to battle along with Aslan's army. They go to battle to The White Witch's army in order to break the "forever winter" curse over Narnia. Lucy is given healing potion for all her wounded soliders on the battlefield that day. She saves many lives including her brother, Edmund's. He treated her very poorly. The children come out victorious and they see Aslan defeat the White Witch. The Ultimate Boon Lucy and her siblings fought the battle, found Aslan resurrected, the curse on Narnia is broken, and the White Witch is dead and her reign is no longer. The Pevensie children are crowned Kings and Queens of Narnia. Returning home The four kids return to the lamppost (grown up) and they return to the wardrobe into their lives in England and will never forget the memories that they made in Narnia. Lesson for
Humanity There are a lot of different lessons that we can learn from Lucy's heroic experience in Narnia.
For one, The little, young, and innocent can come out with the most faith.
Another is, Never give up, Keep the faith no matter how many people tell you no. (Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12) LUCY PEVENSIE; A young hero. I believe Lucy is a one of a kind hero. She's one of those hero's that you should strive to be like. She doesn't have the good looks, and she isn't really expected to be much of a hero. Lucy never lost her faith in Aslan, and characters in Narnia the whole movie. In fact, she was the one who kept her siblings going throughout the whole quest. If it wasn't for her, there would still be a frozen Narnia and Mr.Tummnus would have died. She also was the strongest believer in Aslan. Lucy's symbolism. C.S Lewis had bigger things in mind whenever he wrote The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Since he was a christian writer, each character in the book and movie represent a figure in the christian religon. Lucy represents children in general, resembles and and their simple innocent faith- which we should all have. Susan and Lucy also represent the two Marys who beheld Christ's death and came to His tomb early in the morning. Refusal Of The Call
The refusal of the call- When the other Pevensie children hear about
Lucy's adventure and doubt that anything
she says is true. Even Edmund did after he discovered Narnia himself Supernatural Aid. When Lucy first adventure's Narnia, she meets a nice fawn named Tummnus.
He helps explain everything to her in the beginning and plays a
role in a quest later on in the story. Some other supernatural aids are
the beavers who explain the prophecy
of the sons and daughters of adam and eve, and
father christmas. But most importantly, ASLAN. ROAD
OF TRIALS. Road of trials- Edmund leaves the group and Mr.Tummnus
gets arrested. Lucy, Susan, and Peter follow the beaver
and avoid attacks from the wolves and the terrible white
witch in order to reach Aslan's camp. Belly of the whale.
Belly of the whale- When Lucy and her siblings reach Narnia, the adventure begins right away. Her siblings adjust to this new world, and they meet the beavers who welcome them and lead them. Shadows. AND..TEMPTATIONS! Shadows and Temptations- The White Witch is the main "bad guy" in this story. She resembles Lucifer (aka the devil). In many different parts of the story she trys to tempt each of the children to surrender to her. She tries to harm them in any way possible. But Lucy stays faithful to Aslan. CROSSING THE
1st THRESHOLD Road of trials- Edmund leaves the group and Mr.Tummnus gets arrested. Lucy, Susan, and Peter follow the beaver and avoid attacks from the wolves and the terrible white witch in order to reach Aslan's camp. CITED sources. THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA ; THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE. BASED ON THE BOOK BY C.S LEWIS, A MARK JOHNSON PRODUCTION. DIRECTED BY ANDREW ADAMSON. WALT DISNEY PICTURES AND WALDEN MEDIA.
"The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe." N.p., n.d. Webhttp://www.thefreelibrary.com/Innocence+as+a+super-power%3A+little+girls+on+the+Hero's+Journey.-a0211707038
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