Prince Caspian Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
Trees, Plants, and Water
Prince Caspian has an impressive green thumb. It's got everything from talking animals to rivergods, orchards to walking trees, and landscapes as diverse as marshes, forests, seascapes, and rocky g...
You might have noticed a few Greek gods receiving cameos in Prince Caspian. Bacchus (a.k.a. Dionysus) gets the largest role, and he's still followed by his right-hand bro Silenus. Peter mentions th...
When the Pevensie children pop into Narnia, the first building they come across is a ruin. Not exactly a royal welcoming party, is it? As they walk through the rundown mess, they can barely make ou...
Christian Allegory or Supposal
Lots o' readers—religious and non-religious alike—read the Chronicles of Narnia books as Christian allegories, and Prince Caspian is no exception. Here's how it usually looks:Aslan becomes a pa...
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