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Shelves: own-a-copy , childhood-favorites , modern-classics , comfort-books , coffee-break-for-my-brain , trip-down-memory-lane Ah, the strange joys of Narnia! How is a middle-aged feminist nonbeliever supposed to feel about this contradictory volume?
Pro: Jill Pole is a strong, active, fun, funny, vigorous girl that any reader, male or female, will be happy to have as a protagonist. In this volume, the villain is the brilliant, ruthless Queen of the Underworld. Pro: Jill is a fully developed character who shows that kids can be strong and important without being paragons of virtue. One of the lines I remembered all my life after reading this book as a child is her reply to Aslan when he asks her why she was standing so near the edge of a cliff and putting both herself and her friend in danger in the process.
Pro: Because of moments like the above, Jill is more enjoyable to follow on her adventures than Lucy. Jill gets tired, impatient, sick to her stomach with fear, sulky, and unreasonably angry. She also knows when to fight and when to run. I can relate to that. The Last Battle so does not count. More about that later. Like, in another review. Well, that explains everything. Pro: Lewis does some of his best characterization in this book.
Their separate reactions as they put down their forks are brilliantly described: "Jill, who was new to that world, was sorry for the poor stag and thought it was rotten of the giants to have killed him. But Puddleglum, who was Narnian born, was sick and faint, and felt as you would feel if you found you had eaten a baby.
Jill and Eustace are together on this adventure because they go to the same school. Can you believe it? Boys and girls, attending school together! Pro: Lots of Aslan. For instance, he tells Jill at the beginning of her adventures, "Here on the mountain I have spoken to you clearly: I will not often do so down in Narnia.
Pro: Puddleglum is one of the finest fantasy characters ever. His name and his "tells" are Dickensian in their genius, but he never falls into reflexive predictability. Conclusion: Once again, Narnia is awesome no matter how old and skeptical you get.
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