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Postby sarahcaitlin » 08 Mar 2006, 17:04

Hello, I am a University student from Canada and I am writing a research paper on the use of metaphors and allegory in The Lion, The Witch, and THe Wardrobe for my English class. I would like to quote some of the papers written on the subject and was wondering how I could get more referencing information on the authors, particularily Matt Brennan and his paper titled; The Lion, the Witch and the Allegory: An Analysis of Selected Narnia Chronicles. I am interested in the date the paper was written, and the date it was posted. If anyone can help me that would be most helpful.



re: Referencing

Postby Paul F. Ford » 19 Mar 2006, 16:54

You'll find help on this matter if you send your inquiry to

This is the general e-mail address for the Wade Center, perhaps the world's best repository of things Lewisian and Narnian.

Also, consider reading one of my books.

Best wishes!
Paul Ford—self-appointed president of the "245-3617 Club" and proud member of the "245-6317 Club"; author of the Companion to Narnia and the Pocket Companion to Narnia.
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