When you move away from chaos and war, into a ramshackle old house as a place to refuge, the last thing you would ever imagine is a hidden wardrobe, which leads to a parallel world full of hundreds of talking animals and imaginary creatures.
But that’s exactly what happens in C.S. Lewis’ “The Narnia Chronicles”: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe” We gain an insight into the authors, flair to give free rein to one’s imagination.
Lewis’ narrative has many layers and it give several ways to understand the moral of the story. Lucy is the youngest of four children and has the protagonist in the novel.
She is a well-mannered young lady who is always trying to do the right things. Which C.S. Lewis also is trying to make overt throughout the story.
Lucy is also the first one to discover the portal to Narnia. “She felt almost sure that it would be locked. To her surprise it opened quite easily” P. 26, L.3.