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      作者:(英) 路易斯 著

      內容簡介:故事發生在彼得等四兄妹回到自己的世界一年后。他們四人在假期回校時坐在火車站的長椅上等車,忽然感到有股特殊的力量將他們拉進納尼亞。他們得知,自從他們離開納尼亞后已經過去了1300年。納尼亞原國王的弟弟彌若茲篡奪了王位,殺害兄長。在他的殘暴統治下,所有會說話的動物和精靈們都隱藏起來了。然而老國王的兒子凱斯賓王子渴望解放納尼亞,他逃離王宮,在森林里找到了納尼亞的老居民,并得到他們的支持。正邪雙方展開激戰。王子在寡不敵眾的時候吹響了蘇珊的魔法號角,將彼得四兄妹喚回這個世界幫助他們。他們.納尼亞的動物和精靈們戰勝了邪惡的國王,凱斯賓王子繼承了王位,納尼亞又恢復了以往的生機勃勃。彼得四兄妹又重返自己的世界。

      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER ONE THE ISLAND2012-01-04
      ONCE there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, and it has been told in another book called The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe how they had a remarkable adventure.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER TWO THE ANCIENT TREASURE HOUSE2012-01-02
      THIS wasn't a garden, said Susan presently. It was a castle and this must have been the courtyard.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER THREE THE DWARF2012-01-02
      THE worst of sleeping out of doors is that you wake up so dreadfully early. And when you wake you have to get up because the ground is so hard that you are uncomfortable.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER FOUR THE DWARF TELLS OF PRINCE CASPIAN2011-12-31
      PRINCE CASPIAN lived in a great castle in the centre of Narnia with his uncle, Miraz, the King of Narnia, and his aunt, who had red hair and was called Queen Prunaprismia.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER FIVE CASPIAN'S ADVENTURE IN THE MOUNTAINS2011-12-31
      AFTER this, Caspian and his Tutor had many more secret conversations on the top of the Great Tower, and at each conversation Caspian learned more about Old Narnia, so that thinking and dreaming about the old days, and longing that they might come back, fi
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER SIX THE PEOPLE THAT LIVED IN HIDING2011-12-30
      Now began the happiest times that Caspian had ever known. On a fine summer morning when the dew lay on the grass he set off with the Badger and the two Dwarfs, up through the forest to a high saddle in the mountains and down on to their sunny southern slo
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER SEVEN OLD NARNIA IN DANGER2011-12-30
      THE place where they had met the Fauns was, of course, Dancing Lawn itself, and here Caspian and his friends remained till the night of the great Council.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER EIGHT HOW THEY LEFT THE ISLAND2011-12-29
      AND so, said Trumpkin (for, as you have realized, it was he who had been telling all this story to the four children, sitting on the grass in the ruined hall of Cair Paravel) and so I put a crust or two in my pocket, left behind all weapons but my dagger,
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER NINE WHAT LUCY SAW2011-12-29
      SUSAN and the two boys were bitterly tired with rowing before they rounded the last headland and began the final pull up Glasswater itself, and Lucy's head ached from the long hours of sun and the glare on the water.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER TEN THE RETURN OF THE LION2011-12-28
      To keep along the edge of the gorge was not so easy as it had looked. Before they had gone many yards they were confronted with young fir woods growing on the very edge, and after they had tried to go through these, stooping and pushing for about ten minu
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER ELEVEN THE LION ROARS2011-12-28
      WHEN the whole party was finally awake Lucy had to tell her story for the fourth time. The blank silence which followed it was as discouraging as anything could be.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER TWELVE SORCERY AND SUDDEN VENGEANCE2011-12-27
      MEANWHILE Trumpkin and the two boys arrived at the dark little stone archway which led into the inside of the Mound, and two sentinel badgers (the white patches on their cheeks were all Edmund could see of them) leaped up with bared teeth and asked them i
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER THIRTEEN THE HIGH KING IN COMMAND2011-12-25
      Now, said Peter, as they finished their meal, Aslan and the girls (that's Queen Susan and Queen Lucy, Caspian) are somewhere close. We don't know when he will act. In his time, no doubt, not ours. In the meantime he would like us to do what we can on ou
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER FOURTEEN HOW ALL WERE VERY BUSY2011-12-25
      A LITTLE before two o'clock Trumpkin and the Badger sat with the rest of the creatures at the wood's edge looking across at the gleaming line of Miraz's army which was about two arrow-shots away.
      凱斯賓王子:CHAPTER FIFTEEN ASLAN MAKES A DOOR IN THE AIR2011-12-25
      AT the sight of Aslan the cheeks of the Telmarine soldiers became the colour of cold gravy, their knees knocked together, and many fell on their faces. They had not believed in lions and this made their fear greater.

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