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Speaking in Parables


Kath Filmer

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Christine Lowentrout


Examines how Lewis achieves the many levels of meaning in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by “use of mythic characters, references to everyday aspects of British culture, and Biblical symbolism.” Shows how Lewis “maintains the close relationship between these elements [...] and the form of the Fairy Tale”—creating a parable.

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