As Lucy kept walking, she became confused. In the distance, she saw a light and when she reached it, it turned out to be a lamp post. She started walking around, when a starnge creature walked towards her. He was smaller than Lucy, and had the legs of a goat, a tail and held an umbrella in his hand. It was a Faun, by the name of Mr. Tumnus. Lucy introduced herself, and the Faun asked her if she was a Daughter of Eve. Lucy didn't understand, and he asked her is she was a girl, which was true. Mr. Tumnus asked if she would like to go alongside with him to his house and have some tea, and Lucy agreed. They ate and drank, while Mr. Tumnus shared stores about the place that she had entered titled "Narnia. " He also exclaimed his thoughts on the White Witch, and Lucy told of her siblings. When Lucy told him that he had to return home, Mr.Tumnus began to cry. Lucy tried to comfort him, but he kept saying that he was a bad Faun, because he worked for the White Witch, whom made it always winter, but never Christmas. He had to take the Sons of Adam and the Daughters of Eve to her, but... [continues]
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