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“The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” the citizens of Narnia have lived under what seems to be an endless winter in discouragement and fear. However, there are rumors, coupled with hopes that “Aslan is on the move” and when He arrives He will right all wrongs. ("Wrong will be right,/When Aslan comes in sight./At the sound of his roar,/Sorrows will be no more./When he bares his teeth,/Winter...

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