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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

by C.S. Lewis

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Characters

Meet the Cast


Lucy Pevensie

Lucy is the youngest of the four children in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, but in many ways she is the most important. It's no accident that Lucy is the first one to find her way into the...

Edmund Pevensie

Edmund, younger brother to Peter and Susan and older brother to Lucy, starts out as a real jerk. In the beginning of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Edmund talks back to Susan, defies Peter...

Peter Pevensie

Peter is the oldest of the four children who travel to Narnia in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. As the oldest, he is the natural leader, notable for his bravery and good judgment. Peter h...

Susan Pevensie

As the oldest girl among the four children in Narnia, Susan often takes on a motherly role. For example, it is Susan who makes the practical suggestion that the children put on the fur coats from...

Aslan

Aslan is the great lion who rules Narnia. He is described as the King of Narnia, the King of Beasts, the Lord of the Wood, and the son of the great Emperor-Beyond-the-Sea. Aslan is the embodiment...

The White Witch

The White Witch is an evil half-giant, half-genie who has taken control of the land of Narnia as a usurper. Using her magic, she creates an endless winter in Narnia, but prevents Christmas from co...

Mr. Tumnus

Mr. Tumnus is a Faun – a creature that is human from the waist up and a goat from the waist down. As a faun, Mr. Tumnus is a peaceful woodland dweller, not a crazed sex maniac like a satyr (the...

Mr. and Mrs. Beaver

Mr. and Mrs. Beaver are a pair of talking animals who meet and care for Peter, Susan, and Lucy (and Edmund, to the best of their ability). They are particularly notable for their virtue and domest...

Giant Rumblebuffin

Giant Rumblebuffin was turned into a statue by the White Witch when he tried to crush her. Aslan magically brings him to life by breathing on his feet; the power of Aslan's breath carries up along...

Father Christmas

One of the points that gets repeated about the White Witch's power is that she has made it always winter in Narnia, but never Christmas. The appearance of Father Christmas (or, as Americans would...

Fenris Ulf

Fenris Ulf is a vicious, talking wolf who acts as the Chief of the Secret Police under the White Witch. Fenris has few characteristics other than brutality and bloodthirstiness. He is responsible...

The Dwarf

The Dwarf, who is never given a name in the book, is one of the few servants of the White Witch who is "onstage" a lot in the course of the novel. The Dwarf drives the Witch's sledge and carries o...

The Professor

The Professor is a kind old man who owns a large house in the country, to which Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are sent when they are evacuated from London. The Professor is extremely logical and...

Mrs. Macready

Mrs. Macready is the Professor's housekeeper. She dislikes children and insists that Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy stay out of her way, especially when she is showing sightseers the features of t...
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