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By C. S. Lewis

First released in 1951, Prince Caspian was once the second one publication set on this planet of Narnia. in the chronology of the sequence, it's the fourth ebook, falling among the pony and His Boy & The voyage of the sunrise Treader.

Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy Pevensey are transported from an English educate station to an island on this planet of Narnia.

Though Narnia has been at peace because the young ones left, it truly is now lower than the regulate of depraved King Mirax. the children, in addition to Aslan the nice lion, needs to support younger Prince Caspian fix Narnia's excellent past.

This variation is illustrated in complete colour by way of Pauline Baynes.

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Now don’t allow it speak you around with its beautiful words,” stated the second one voice. “I nonetheless say—” “Horns and halibuts! ” exclaimed the 3rd voice. “Of path we’re unlikely to homicide it. For disgrace, Nikabrik. What do you are saying, Trufflehunter? What lets do with it? ” “I shall provide it a drink,” acknowledged the 1st voice, possibly Trufflehunter’s. a dismal form approached the mattress. Caspian felt an arm slipped lightly less than his shoulders—if it used to be precisely an arm. the form someway appeared improper. The face that bent towards him appeared flawed too. He obtained the effect that it used to be very furry and intensely lengthy nosed, and there have been unusual white patches on either side of it. “It’s a masks of a few sort,” suggestion Caspian. “Or might be I’m in a fever and imagining all of it. ” A cupful of whatever candy and sizzling was once set to his lips and he drank. At that second one of many others poked the fireplace. A blaze sprang up and Caspian virtually screamed with the surprise because the unexpected mild published the face that was once taking a look into his personal. It used to be now not a man’s face yet a badger’s, even though greater and friendlier and extra clever than the face of any badger he had visible prior to. And it had definitely been conversing. He observed, too, that he was once on a mattress of heather, in a cave. via the hearth sat little bearded males, a lot wilder and shorter and hairier and thicker than health practitioner Cornelius that he knew them right now for genuine Dwarfs, old Dwarfs with no longer a drop of human blood of their veins. And Caspian knew that he had came upon the outdated Narnians finally. Then his head started to swim back. within the following few days he discovered to grasp them by way of names. The Badger used to be known as Trufflehunter; he was once the oldest and kindest of the 3. The Dwarf who had desired to kill Caspian used to be a bitter Black Dwarf (that is, his hair and beard have been black, and thick and tough like horsehair). His identify was once Nikabrik. the opposite Dwarf was once a purple Dwarf with hair similar to a Fox’s and he used to be known as Trumpkin. “And now,” stated Nikabrik at the first night while Caspian was once good adequate to perk up and speak, “we nonetheless need to make a decision what to do with this Human. You imagine you’ve performed it an excellent kindness through no longer letting me kill it. yet i guess the upshot is that we have got to maintain it a prisoner for all times. I’m not at all going to allow it cross alive—to return to its personal type and betray us all. ” “Bulbs and bolsters! Nikabrik,” acknowledged Trumpkin. “Why want you speak so unhandsomely? It isn’t the creature’s fault that it bashed its head opposed to a tree outdoor our gap. and that i don’t imagine it seems like a traitor. ” “I say,” stated Caspian, “you haven’t but discovered no matter if i would like to return. I don’t. i need to stick with you—if you’ll enable me. I’ve been trying to find humans such as you all my existence. ” “That’s a possible story,” growled Nikabrik. “You’re a Telmarine and a Human, aren’t you? after all you need to return in your personal variety. ” “Well, whether I did, I couldn’t,” acknowledged Caspian. “I was once flying for my existence whilst I had my twist of fate. The King desires to kill me. If you’d killed me, you’d have performed the very factor to thrill him.

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