The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Overview Quiz

During the height of World War II, four English children named Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy find a magical portal to a mysterious world where, like the world at home, good battles evil in a fight for supremacy. Be sure you understand the themes of the novel by taking the overview eNotes quiz about The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.

  1. What fate does Mr. Beaver think has probably befallen Mr. Tumnus?

  2. What holiday is never celebrated in Narnia?

  3. In exchange for unlimited Turkish Delight, what must Edmund do?

  4. What does Mr. Tumnus say he was going to do with Lucy before he changed his mind?

  5. Why does the professor say Lucy should be believed?

  6. Why have the children been sent away from their home in London?

  7. What odd message does the Beaver give the children?

  8. Who is the first person Edmund meets in Narnia?

  9. What does Edmund say when Lucy tells Peter and Susan they've both been to Narnia?

  10. Which of the four children is the first to investigate the wardrobe?