Voyage Of The Dawn Treader

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Would you let your greed blind you to the risks? This is the question that Eustace had to answer in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. After the Dawn Treader departs from the Lone Islands and lands on another island, the crew of the Dawn Treader gets to work, repairing, refilling, and washing the various items on board. Eustace decides to shirk his share of the work and take a walk. Not knowing his way around Narnia, he gets lost and stumbles into a valley. While in the valley, he discovers a dying dragon and finds a cave full of the dragon’s treasures. Letting his greed get the better of him, Eustace starts to load himself up with the dragon’s treasures and steal as much as he can. Everyone agrees that Eustace wanted to plunder the dragon’s treasures, but some think that Eustace should have slid the magic bracelet on his arm, while others believe that Eustace should not have slid the bracelet on his arm. Eustace should have slid the magic bracelet on his arm for three reasons: Eustace had an amazing encounter, he received a life-changing revelation, and he became more like Jesus. …show more content…
Even though Eustace had never met Aslan, Aslan completely changed Eustace. He exchanged Eustace’s despair and sadness for joy. Eustace experienced real, unconditional love for the first time. The second reason that Eustace should have slid the bracelet on his arm is that he received a life-changing revelation. He realized that he wasn’t as self-sufficient as he thought he was. He found that he couldn’t change himself from a dragon back to a boy. Only Aslan had the power to do

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