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"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"

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C.S. Lewis’ classic fantasy tale, published in 1950. I read a Scholastic paperback edition.

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Reading Journal

The Lion, the Witch, and The Wardrobe Analysis

A very prominent aspect of The Lion, the Witch, and The Wardrobe is Good vs. Evil.

The most obvious and recognizable form of this theme is Aslan and The White Witch. 312 more words

The Magnitude Of God

There really is no way we humans can grasp the enormity, the sovereignty, the power and ability of our God. He simply is more than our minds can deal with. 1,026 more words


Yours for the reading

Anyone who knows me knows that I am, as my dad once put it, a voracious reader. After the initial kindergarten outrage that the words didn’t follow the rules, they started to come together into stories and facts and tapestries that have captivated me ever since. 750 more words

3 Days, 3 Quotes Tag: Day 1

Greetings readers!

I was tagged by several bloggers now to do this really cute and easy tag! The 3 Days, 3 Quotes Tag let’s you share some of your favourite literary quotes with a tiny explanation as to why they mean so much (or don’t explain…but I like to hit high word counts)! 321 more words


The Month of Re-Reads

As a book blogger, I am constantly getting excited over books. This is especially true with new releases–I mean they’re so shiny and fun and…new! However, sometimes I feel like I get a bit too obsessed with new releases, to the detriment of my old favourites. 983 more words


Writing Quasi-Allegories (Allegory Pt 3)

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As I noted last time, full-blown allegories are hard to write because they have certain limits.

However, you don’t necessarily have to make an entire story allegorical. 324 more words