Friday, November 8, 2019

Walt whitman comparison essays

Walt whitman comparison essays The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe In the novel, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe written by C.S. Lewis, the character, Lucy, was very honest and adventurous. Lucy is honest in many ways. When her and her brothers and sister are playing hide-and-seek, she goes in an old wardrobe. When she walks in, there is no back so she keeps walking and finds a whole different world. When she goes to tell her siblings they dont believe her. She told them everything she saw no matter how foolish it sounded. When her brother asked her who told her about the White Witch she replied innocently, Mr. Tumnus, the Faun. Lucy tells Father Christmas how she really feels when he gives her a gift, she replies, I think- I dont know-but I think I could be brave enough. Lucy is also a very adventurous little girl. When she went through the wardrobe to the other world, she went to explore and went to a fauns house. She wasnt afraid of a lot. When the lion shook his mane and clapped his paws together, Lucy just stood there and thought to herself, Terrible paws, if he didnt know how to velvet them! Late one night Lucy heard a sound so she woke up her sister. Lucy said, Susan! Lets go outside and have a look round We might see him. So they went out in the dark to see what where the lion was and what he was doing. The lion was walking though the woods and up the hill. They decided to go follow him and see what he was up to. They followed him all the way up to the top of the hill and hid behind the bushes so the witch and her awful creatures couldnt see them. When the witch left, Lucy and her sister went to the stone to see what she did to the lion. When they got to the castle Lucy was looking around to see if she could find Mr. Tumnus, the faun who sav ed her life from the witch. Lucy and her brothers and sister became the Queens and Kings of Narnia and...

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