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Prince Caspian. 1980 Prince Caspian
by C.S. Lewis
Reprint Edition 1980.
Fontana Lions / William Collins Sons & Co.
London.
ISBN 0006716644.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Stephen Lavis.
Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

192 pages.
Price: £0.85.

Notes
A Narnia novel by C.S. Lewis.

First published by Geoffrey Bles in 1951.

Reading Order
By Date of Composition: #2.
By Date of Publication: #2.
By In-Universe Chronology: #4.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Troubled times have come to the magical land of Narnia. Gone are the days of peace and freedom when the animals, dwarfs, trees and flowers could live in absolute peace and harmony. Civil war is dividing the kingdom and final destruction is close at hand. Prince Caspian, the rightful heir to the throne, resolves to bring back Narnia’s glorious past, so he blows his magic horn to call up Peter, Susan, Lucy and Edmund to help in his difficult task.

 
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