The actors aren’t related to each other :-)
yes, i think so. actually i’ve already thought about it since the first movie. but aside from this, there are also some biblical references in the movies that make me think about these allusions every time i watch or read the series. the last reference i’ve read from the series is coming from the book the horse and his boy, when bree says that he doesn’t believe anything that he hasn’t seen yet and then aslan appears and tells bree to touch him for bree to know that he really is true. it’s kind of similar when Jesus is resurrected from the dead in the Bible and appears to His disciples and then one of them (Thomas, I think) is still skeptic and Jesus like commands him to touch the holes in his hands and feet or something.
but yeah. basically, yes it seems to me that Aslan is like a representation of God. and that’s only my opinion so there’s no reason to not respect that :-)
I don’t know. When she first appeared in the Magician’s Nephew, she’s already mean and cruel and evil… xx
Edmund Pevensie is the second youngest in the Pevensie family. He planned and tried to betray his brother and sisters, thinking that in return the whiter Witch would give him more Enchanted Turkish Delight which he didn’t get. That was in the first book.
Read the books so you’ll understand. And just so you know Edmund Pevensie is a badass and has many fangirls. xx
Because I think she’s still young to have or own a sword. She was given a dagger by Father Christmas though. And I read somewhere (I don’t know if I read it from the books or some websites) that Lucy was told she didn’t need to join battles. Imagine a nine-year-old fighting with a sword. Horrible, isn’t it? So yeah. xx
Oh wow it’s been 7 months since I posted my last fact!
OMG I feel guilty for not continuing to post any Narnia facts!
Don’t worry. I might start tomorrow
For Narnia and For Aslan! ^~^
The school echoes Lewis’s experiences as a young student, and it serves as an example of his belief that some teachers, in trying to be modern, neglect such diverse essentials of a classical education as discipline, math, grammar and proper manners.