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My Journey into Narina

Hullo to all.

I do hope you are doing well during this season of isolation. Though it's tough, just remember it could be worse. You could be the monsieur from Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo (some of you will understand the reference I'm sure).

This being a short post, I am announcing my journey into C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia. Indeed, I have already undertaken this journey, having just finished reading The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.

You may be wondering why I am just now, as an adult, embarking on the journey into Narnia. Well, I have been to Narnia before: I have slipped on my magic ring and witnessed the dawn of Narnia's existence. I have stepped through the wardrobe and had tea with Mr. Tumnus, and I have witnessed the catastrophe and eucatastrophe of Aslan's death and resurrection, respectively. However, I find my self stopping short going through The Horse and His Boy, a book I have attempted to finish but never have.

But, oh...fiddle …

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