There are several types of transformation in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. It is possible for individuals to transform from unpleasant and selfish people to wise and just ones, but only with the help of a powerful outside force. The world itself may be transformed by the mere presence of good into a beautiful paradise instead of a desolate wasteland. Children may be transformed into adults and back in order to fulfill the roles for which they are destined. The dead may be resurrected and the petrified may live again. Miraculous changes are possible everywhere!
Edmund is the only character who develops in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Aslan's experience of death and resurrection makes him even stronger and more powerful than he was previously.