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    The third book in C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia series, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader tells the story of Prince Caspian's quest to discover the seven lost lords of Narnia. The seven lords had...

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    The point-of-view in all of the Cronicles of Narnia books is mostly omniscient and usually comes across as 3rd person. Clearly, the voice is that of a narrator, though, who is not one of the...

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    We can help you arrive at this answer yourself. First of all, remember that all of the books in The Chronicles of Narnia are Christian allegories. In this one, Lucy and Edmund are staying with...

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    Some of the islands the Dawn Treader visits - Galma, Terebinthia, Doorn, for example - have names, but Ramandu's island does not. It is the last place the voyagers visit before they venture onto...

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    Prince Caspian sets sail in the Dawn Treader to find the 7 Lost Lords that his wicked uncle Miraz had sent out to sea. The lords had been loyal to Caspian's father and so Miraz had sent them on...

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  • The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader"
    There are a number of important themes in the book, and I think one which is most prominent is the theme of redemption. This idea is best illustrated in Eustace, who, conniving and lazy, manages...

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