Today’s post is about the Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the third book that C S Lewis wrote in the Chronicles of Narnia.
We start with some news about the Prince Caspian film and the progress Disney is making on filming The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Then we look at the importance Jack (Lewis’ nickname was Jack) places upon dreams and imagination vs. reasons and facts.
The story features two of our old friends, Lucy and Edmund, who are in Narnia for their last time, as well as Caspian and Reepicheep from the Prince Caspian tale. The Voyage introduces new character Eustace who is important in the Dawn Treader’s story as well as another one of the Chronicles of Narnia, and we spend some time looking at some of the ways Lewis highlights the use of imagination in this story.