She takes Edmund prisoner and leaves her house to find and capture the other Pevensie children. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Instead of giving children ordinary Bible stories, he wrote adventures.
They play host to Peter, Susan, and Lucy and lead them to Aslan. Bear it well, Sons of Adam! On the contrary, when Peter first sees Fenris attacking Susan, he "did not feel very brave; indeed, he felt he was going to be sick. Lewis, Edmund Pevensie struggles with his role as a human being and the temptations of power In the courtyard, he is surprised by the many statues of Narnians the Witch has turned to stone.
By having a Christian subculture, it is introducing a Christian genre to teach the audience the representation and attitudes of faith clearly. Aslan explains that the "Deeper Magic" has the power to reverse death if a willing victim takes the place of a traitor.
The point for Lewis to write these books was as an effort to tell children the Christian stories. He and his wife tell the children about a prophecy that the Witch's tyranny will end when "two Sons of Adam and two Daughters of Eve" sit on the four thrones of Cair Paraveland that Narnia's true ruler — the great lion Aslan — is returning from a long absence.
Aslan takes the two girls to the Witch's house and revives the Narnians that the Witch had turned to stone, including Tummus and a giant named Rumblebuffin.