By Anne Digby
Mary Wilkins embarks on a bold scheme to avoid wasting the lifestyles and occupation of the cherished horse she has sorted whereas its proprietor, her youth ally, is away at boarding college.
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The fur and the cap, which were made entirely of snow, In “The Quest of Belheris,” an unfinished work Lewis wrote as a teenager, a man named Wan Jadis appears. ” fell off, and he saw a lady, tall and white. It was the Snow Queen. “We have driven well,” said she, “but why do you tremble? ” Then she seated him beside her in the sledge, and as she wrapped the fur round him he felt as if he were sinking into a snow drift. ” she asked, as she kissed him on the forehead. The kiss was colder than ice; it went quite through to his heart, which was already almost a lump of ice; he felt as if he were going to die, but only for a moment; he soon seemed quite well again, and did not notice the cold around him.
Pliny is known for repeating tall tales, but the description stuck. Because in the Bible the snake is associated with Satan, the stag’s “war” against snakes made it a symbol of Christ. The symbol is usually a white stag, to suggest divine purity. The Physiologus, an early Christian work that connected animals to religious ideas, added to the stag legends: Swimming o’er rivers and travelling the earth in like manner they wander, Covering distances great, whenever pastures they seek. Stepping all in a line, they carry their chins very highly, Each one bears on his back (the) chin of the Stag in his rear, .
The young Digory Kirke of The Magician’s Nephew is not as calculating. The difference between the two Digorys isn’t age. It’s even simpler. Lewis didn’t originally plan for young Digory and Professor Kirke to be the same character in Narnia. They were based on two very different people, and the characters were joined later. The real young Digory was Lewis. The real Professor Kirke was, in an interesting way, Lewis’s opposite. Because of her affection for the Chronicles, J. K. Rowling played with the letters in Digory’s last name to create the name “Cedric Diggory” for a heroic classmate of Harry Potter.
A Horse Called September by Anne Digby