What are the important events in Narnia, and what are the important items in Narnia?

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The Chronicles of Narnia spans a large period of time in which several events occur and many characters are introduced. Essentially, though, Lewis' creative fantasy series provides an allegorical look at the timeline of the Christian faith, which echoes Lewis' own strong faith.

In The Magician's Nephew, the reader sees Narnia first created by the song of Aslan as well as the introduction of evil into Narnia through the character of Jadis when the two characters from earth, Digory and Polly, bring her there. In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Aslan dies for the sake of the undeserving and rises again to vanquish Jadis, the White Witch, before leaving the Pevensie brothers and sisters in charge as kings and queens of Narnia. Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Horse and his Boy, and The Silver Chair all provide stories of adventure that return to the ideas of Narnia's uniqueness and Aslan's ultimate power. The Last Battle reveals the ending of Narnia in which a deceitful...

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