How did the professor respond to Susan and Peter after their account of Lucy's story?

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The Professor in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe has one of the most reasonable responses that could be imagined in such a situation. In reality, his calm demeanor is aided by his knowledge of Narnia from his experience there as a young boy. However, discounting this fact (since the children don't know it), he seems to have an incredibly measured, logical...

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