ompares the geography of Middle-earth, Narnia, and Oz, their inhabitants’ contrasting isolationist or exploratory attitudes, and the accessibility of these worlds to outsiders. Concludes by listing several factors that make Narnia unique among fantasy worlds, including the passage of time, the importance of humans from our own world in its history and prophecy, and the centrality of Aslan in all his implications.
Ruskin, Laura A.
"What is Narnia?,"
Mythcon Proceedings: Vol. 1:
1, Article 2.
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