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and Experience, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
-The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe as intertext; similar ties and revisions?
-Association with witches in the winter (Northern) creatures
-Personification of animals: the way animals get to speak Æ substituting for Aslan
-Not all animals are good, because there is trouble in the animal world as world.
-When animals want to become human
-Bears are bears and humans are humans. Bears should not try to be humans
-White witch in the golden compass? Ice place is split between the ice palace and the ms. Coulters.
Implications in the way the white witch comes back to life in the golden compass in the form of ms.
-There are these temptress that tempt children that lead them to their doom
-3rd narrator. Golden Compass: Plays almost a trick on the reader, more objective, and not that
comforting (e.g. the kidnapping of children, we know what is going to happen to Lyra). IN LWW: on the
readers side, comforting.
-LWW: You either good or bad, for or against Aslan.
-GC: For lyra or against Lyra
-It is not at all easy to tell who is for Lyra and who is not for Lyra. That difficulty becomes part of the plot
as the novel comes into the end.
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-Through the fantasy ideas of dust, daemons, intercision
Dust, Daemons, Intercision & Childhood Innocence
-Most defining aspect of you, Pullman uses that idea
-Opening using the word in the religious context. That they are fundamentally a part of you. (Daimon)