| Quote #1
"We are in the ruins of Cair Paravel itself," said Peter. (2.27)
The first example of the home we see is kind of a fixer-upper. And, fancy that, repairing the home is what Prince Caspian is all about.
| Quote #2
"I remember now. I took it with me the last day of all, the day we went hunting the White Stag. It must have got lost when we blundered back into that other place—England, I mean." (2.68)
The Pevensie children may have been born and raised in England, but this quote suggests they see Narnia as their true home—or, at the very least, their home away from home.
| Quote #3
When Caspian awoke next morning he could hardly believe that it had not all been a dream; but the grass was covered with little cloven hoof-marks. (6.31)
This scene marks the transition for Caspian. It's the moment he finds his new home among the Old Narnians after a seriously rocking house party.