Study Guide

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Characters

By C.S. Lewis

Lucy Pevensie

Little sibs, take heart: Lucy may be the youngest of the four children in The Lion, the Witch,...

Edmund Pevensie

Edmund, younger brother to Peter and Susan and older brother to Lucy, starts out as—oh, how...

Peter Pevensie

Peter is the oldest of the four children who travel to Narnia in The Lion, the Witch, and the...

Susan Pevensie

C.S. Lewis loves his gender roles. And, as the oldest girl among the four children in Narnia,...

Aslan

Before Simba ever heard of "Hakuna Matata," before Scar was getting all Boy Scout and giving...

The White Witch

You know the fusty old white = good, black = bad dichotomy that influences everything from...

Mr. Tumnus

Mr. Tumnus is a Faun—a creature that is human from the waist up and a goat from the waist...

Mr. and Mrs. Beaver

Mr. and Mrs. Beaver are a pair of talking animals who meet and care for Peter, Susan, and Lucy...

Giant Rumblebuffin

Giant Rumblebuffin was turned into a statue by the White Witch when he tried to crush her. Aslan...

Father Christmas

One of the points that gets repeated about the White Witch's power is that she has made it always...

Fenris Ulf

Fenris Ulf is a vicious, talking wolf who acts as the Chief of the Secret Police under the White...

The Dwarf

The Dwarf, who is never given a name in the book, is one of the few servants of the White Witch...

The Professor

The Professor is a kind old man who owns the large house in the country that Peter, Susan,...

Mrs. Macready

Mrs. Macready is the Professor's housekeeper. She dislikes children and insists that Peter,...