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Naria Now

Essential trivia based on Narnia series by C. S. Lew

QuestionAnswer
What are the names of the four Pevensie children? Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy
Who is the author of the series? C. S. Lewis
Which of the books in the series is called, "The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe?" The first book in the series
Which book is the last in the series? The Final Battle
In what year was The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe published? 1950. However, he first thought about The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe in 1939, which might explain why his characters, the Pevensie children, are sent away from London due to air raids.
Who accompanies Edmund and Lucy in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader? Eustace (Eustace Clarence Scrubb)
In Prince Caspian, who gets into a fight at the train station? Edmund
Which book in the series does not feature the Pevensie children? The Magician's Nephew
Who first discovers the wardrobe's magical properties in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe? Lucy
Which of the Pevensie children is tempted by the White Witch in Prince Caspian? Eustace
Father Christmas gives what gifts to Susan and Lucy in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe? a horn (for Susan) and a healing potion (for Lucy)
Which of the Pevensie children does not go to Narnia in The Last Battle? Susan
Which is the eldest of the Pevensie children? Peter
Why are the Pevensie children sent to live with their uncle in the country in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe? There are air raids in London.
What or who is the first magical creature Lucy meets when she enters Narnia for the first time? the Faun
Which creatures first tell the children about Aslan? Mr. and Mrs. Beaver
Where do the children first meet Aslan? at the Stone Table
What is one of the events which occurs later in the series on the Stone Table? Aslan sacrifices himself to save Narnia
The figure of Aslan in this series may be compared to whom in the New Testament? Jesus
Who befriends the White Witch? Edmund
What is Cair Paravel? a castle
What is the name of the uncle (also known as the Professor) in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe? Professor Kirke
With what magical food does the White Witch use to gain Edmund's trust - and power over his mind? Turkish Delight
What is one of the White Witch's powers? She turns creatures - and people - into stone.
The White Witch only allows Edmund to return to Narnia on what condition? That he return to her with all three of his siblings
What is the bargain that Aslan makes with the White Witch? He will sacrifice his life if she allows Edmund to live.
Who is the Emperor Beyond the Sea? Aslan's father, King over all the realms, even Earth
What happens to the White Witch in the series? She escapes and returns in The Silver Chair as The Emerald Lady.
Which creature first leads the children through the woods in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe? a robin
Which of the four children is the first to address Aslan? Peter
Who is Maugrim? A wolf. He is chief of the White Witch's secret police
What happens when Aslan returns to Narnia? Spring begins
Name another figure in mythology in which spring returns to earth when a goddess is allowed to rejoin her mother? Persephone
In The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, how do the children enter Narnia? Through a picture of a boat at sea
What is the name of the valiant little mouse in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and Prince Caspian? Reepicheep
What is the real name of the White Witch? Jadis
What is the full name of the Professor, as revealed in The Magician's Nephew? Digory Kirke
In what country, then a part of the British Empire, did Digory's father work? India
What sound coming from the attic does Digory hear one night? a yell
What color of ring takes you through the wood between the worlds? Yellow
What does the Lamp Post grow from? The iron bar that the witch throws at Aslan.
Why does Digory first want to speak with Aslan? He is hoping to find a cure for his mother's illness.
What is Digory asked to fetch for the Lion? An apple - which will be planted, and the tree will protect Narnia.
What is the name of the land south of Narnia? Archenland
What does the Witch want Digory to do so that he might live forever? Take a bite of the apple
What effect does the apple have on the White Witch? She is granted eternal youth.
What eternal battle is represented in the battle between Aslan's forces and those of the White Witch? the battle between good and evil
What is the first sign that the power of the White Witch is breaking? Spring returns to Narnia
What does Edmund do for Aslan's forces that helps them in the battle with the White Witch's army? He brings the creatures that she turned to stone back with him to participate in the battle.
What are some of the rules of Deeper Magic that have existed since very early in time?
Why do Mr. and Mrs. Beaver say that Aslan is good, but not a "safe" creature? Because of the tremendous power he represents.
Why are the books in this series considered an allegory? They deal with the Christian understanding of the battle between good and evil and the redemption of humanity through, Aslan.
One year after the end of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe ends, the Pevensie children are called back to Narnia, only to find that _____ years have passed there. 1,000
What is the Agony of the Feet? Stabbed in the foot by Reepicheep and his kind, the enemy hops on one foot, and shouts in pain.
Where does the Door in the Air lead? Wherever Aslan wants it to go.
Who is turned into a dragon - and then back into a boy - in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader? Eustace (Eustace Clarence Scrubb)
In The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, whose mission is it to find the seven missing lords of Narnia, who were banished long ago by the evil King Miraz? King Caspian
Who is tempted by vanity on the Island of the Voices? Lucy Pevensie. She wants to have "beauty beyond the lot of mortals," or at least be prettier than her sister Susan.
Who says, "You were only an ass, but I was a traitor." Edmund, speaking to Eustace
Aslan appears in the Voyage of the Dawn Treader in the shape of an albatross - a benevolent albatross - who leads the ship away from the Dark Island. Name another book, or epic poem, in which an albatross plays a more ominous role. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
What trait - seen here as a fault - do Reepicheep and Caspian share? The love of adventure for its own sake. Both grow in wisdom later...
The magician Coriarkin changes these short creatures from European folktales into one-legged creatures who have to hop everywhere. Dwarves. They later change their names from Monopods to Duffelpuds.
Which of the four Pevensie children could best be described as traitorous and sniveling - at least in the first book in the series? Edmund
Which of the two sisters is most motherly? Susan
Why is Peter's name significant, given the fact that C. S. Lewis was a professor of religion. As the oldest child, Peter is often viewed as the leader of the children. In the New Testament, one of the Apostles is named Peter. When Jesus is speaking to his apostles, he reacts to something Peter has said by stating, "Upon this rock, I will build m
C. S. Lewis was a member of a group of writers at Oxford called The Inklings. Name another inkling who is famous for books written for young adults and older children. J. R. R. Tolkein
C.S. Lewis first found the name for Narnia on a map of this country, where it was spelled Narni. He changed the spelling to its Latin version, Narnia. Italy
Prince Caspian blows on a horn to summon the Pevensie children back to Narnia in this book, the second in the series. Prince Caspian:The Return to Narnia
In this book, Narnia is destroyed and the new Narnia is revealed by Aslan. The Last Battle
He is the only character to appear in all seven books of the Narnia series. Aslan
What are the royal titles given to the children while they reign as a tetrarchy of kings and queens in Cair Paravel? High King Peter the Magnificent, Queen Susan the Gentle, King Edmund the Just, and Queen Lucy the Valiant.
Which two characters witness the creation of Narnia as described in The Magician's Nephew? Digory Kirke (later, Professor Kirke) and his neighbor, Polly Plummer.
Who is Breehy-hinny-brinny-hoohy-hah (or Bree for short). He is a Talking Horse of Narnia who appears in The Horse and His Boy as the mount and mentor of Aravis, who grows up to be the King of Archenland.
Which pair of characters - and siblings - play major roles in three books, while their other siblings play a major role in only two books? Edmund and Lucy.
Is Narnia a universe or world unto itself? No. Narnia is seen as a multiverse, of which our own universe it just one of countless universes.
Who is responsible for the Hundred Years' Winter? The White Witch
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