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A Reconstructed Image

By Mary Zambreno

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This is one essay from the anthology Revisiting Narnia

C. S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia have stimulated imaginations for more than half a century, inspiring childhood wonder, earnest faith and spirited debate regarding Christian doctrine. Widely studied and revered, Lewis’ Chronicles are structured around deep paradigms and resounding questions: How do the books form such an intimate, personal bond with readers both young and old? Does Narnia betray some hidden Universalism in Lewis’ theology? What are we to think of the evil dark-skinned Calormenes from the South who seem to represent the Arab race? What really prevented Susan from entering Narnia? What does Aslan’s characterization as a “tame lion” say about Lewis’ thoughts on providence?

Contributors include:

  • Peg Aloi
  • David E. Bumbaugh
  • Jacqueline Carey
  • Marie-Catherine Caillava
  • James Como
  • Russell W. Dalton
  • Vox Day
  • Colin Duriez
  • Natasha Giardina
  • Wesley A. Kort
  • Nick Mamatas
  • Louis A. Markos
  • Sam McBride
  • Cathy McSporran
  • Ingrid Newkirk
  • Joseph Pearce
  • Martha C. Sammons
  • Peter J. Schakel
  • James V. Schall, S. J.
  • Sally D. Stabb, Ph.D.
  • Charlie W. Starr
  • Lawrence Watt-Evans
  • Naomi Wood
  • Mary Frances Zambreno
  • Sarah Zettel

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Shanna Caughey lives in Dallas, Texas.

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About the Author

Mary  Zambreno

Mary Frances Zambreno first became a friend of Narnia when her third grade teacher read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe out loud to the class—and then mentioned that there were six other books in the series. Since then, she has become a teacher herself, earned a doctorate in medieval literature and learned to read six languages (including English). Currently, she teaches at a college in the Chicago area. Her YA fantasy novel A Plague of Sorcerers was named to the ALA’s list of Best Books for Young Adults in 1992; its sequel, Journeyman Wizard, was a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age in 1994.

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