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Dawn Eskew

How nice!


This is beautiful. You are a wonderful writer and have great insight into the magic and mystery of reading a great book.

Emily K

"You simply can't sit there decoding chapter after chapter when it comes to Narnia; you have to enjoy it as a beautiful and moving fantasy first, and then let the beautiful and moving reality that it represents dawn on you slowly."

This is so so true. I learned that the hard way when I chose to read Out of the Silent Planet for an assignment in school last year. >.< I become so overwhelmed with picking out specific symbolism, character motivations, etc during the first read that I felt as if I was learning less from it than I might have if I had read and experienced it naturally. :/

Good post ^.^

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