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Terribly Female: Religion, Femininity, and Power in Narnia and Tir na mBan

For my first writing piece, I would like to share my English Honors thesis, which I submitted for review in the Fall 2014 semester. In the essay, I explore gender and power in C.S. 100 more words

Fantasy

The Problem of Jesus

“It isn’t Narnia, you know,” sobbed Lucy. “It’s you. We shan’t meet you there. And how can we live, never meeting you?”
“But you shall meet me, dear one,” said Aslan. 487 more words

Philosophy

Are You Not Thirsty?

“Are you not thirsty?” said the lion. “I’m dying of thirst,” said Jill. “Then drink,” said the lion. “May I- could I- would you mind going away while I do?” said Jill. 195 more words

Literature

Rowan Williams on The Chronicles of Narnia

Given that I’ll be talking about The Lion’s World—a book by a former Archbishop of Canterbury that discusses The Chronicles of Narnia from a Christian perspective—I feel it is only fair that I say at the outset that I am sympathetic and receptive to theistic arguments and apologetics. 1,397 more words

Books I've Read (and Thought About)

Interlude—The Chronicles of Narnia

I figured it’s been a while since I’ve posted and I should write a new update, for the sake of doing it alone if nothing else. 496 more words

Reading

A Lesson from Aslan

Last week I started reading through the Chronicles of Narnia for a fifth time. It has been over four years since my last go through, and I was understandably excited to restart this series associated with such happy childhood memories. 739 more words

College

Book Review [Reread]: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Series: The Chronicles of Narnia [#2]
Title: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Pages: 206
Rating: 5/5

Synopsis: In the midst of World War II, the Pevensie children are sent to Professor Digory Kirke’s house. 728 more words

Book Reviews