Why did Lucy feel comfortable in the faun's cave?

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In chapter two of C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeLucy meets Tumnus, a faun who is in the service of the evil White Witch. In this chapter, Lucy shows her trustingness and naivety by visiting the home of a stranger.

The faun's home is delightful. The text says that "Lucy thought she had never been in a nicer place." It is a little cave with just two rooms: a...

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