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The Magician's Nephew. 1980 The Magician's Nephew
by C.S. Lewis
Reprint Edition 1980
Fontana Lions / William Collins Sons & Co.
London
ISBN 0006716679
Paperback
Cover illustration by Stephen Lavis
Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes

176 pages
Price: £0.85

Notes
A Narnia novel by C.S. Lewis.

First published by The Bodley Head in 1955.

Reading Order
By Date of Composition: #7.
By Date of Publication: #6.
By In-Universe Chronology: #1.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
The whole adventure begins when Digory and Polly find themselves in eccentric Uncle Andrew’s secret study. But when Uncle Andrew tricks Polly into touching the magic ring, she vanishes into the Other World. Digory is aghast, and determines immediately to go in search of her. Not only does he find Polly but together they listen to Aslan’s song as he creates the enchanted world of Narnia, full of sun, trees, flowers, grass and animals.

 
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