This week I finished the first book in the Narnia series named The Magicians Nephew by C.S. Lewis. At the end of the story Narnia was created and protected from all evil due to the brave acts of the child Digory. He traveled far to fetch a magic apple which he planted in the soil of Narnia upon his return. This brought security to Narnia.

“For this fruit you have hungered and thirsted and wept.” (pg. 198)

This quote stands out to me because it acknowledges the effort and bravery that Digory had to go through. It also makes me feel like there is closure in the book. Digory has completed his journey successfully and now gets to return home knowing that Narnia will be safe.


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