The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe Research Paper

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Have you ever read the book , “The Lion, The Witch , and The Wardrobe ?” Lucy, Peter,Susan, Edmund were compassionate in the story . They were all willing to help other people instead of themselves . Edmund started to get it at the end of the story because in the beginning of the story , he was selfish and cruel to his siblings . The theme of this story is to “treat people the way you want to be treated .” First , a lot of people can be very compassionate to help others . Alsan was willing to risk his life to save Edmund’s life for something Edmund did .”Pg.153. Aslan saved your life for his life to be taken away .” He died on the stone table all by himself to save Edmund’s. The girls were there to keep him company while

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