Symbolism of Narnia in Lion, the witch, and the wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
C.S.Lewis created his Chronicles of Narnia for 7 years. The first Narnia book is “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”. The central event of the story is the traveling to the Fairyland Narnia, where children can become kings and heroes, where animals can talk and good defeats evil. For children who left London to avoid threat of bombing during World War 2 the adventure in Narnia is a great life experience that gave them an understanding what is good and how difficult is to be responsible for the fortunes of the whole land, nation and own family. Symbolism of Narnia refers to the Christian values, religious plots and mythology.