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Narnian bookshelf

Postby A#minor » 10 Nov 2005, 04:58

I wonder what other books Narnians would have on their shelves, besides
Is Man a Myth?,
Men, Monks, and Gamekeepers: A Study in Popular Legend,
The Life and Letters of Silenus,
and Nymphs and Their Ways ?

What books would you have if you were a Narnian?

I'd have these on my bookshelf:
The Origin of Christmas: Other-Worldy Holidays
Getting through Tashbaan: Reflections of a Talking Horse By Hwin
The Nightly Gathering Habits of Owls By Jill Pole
How To Throw A Party By Bacchus and his Girls
Us Lions By the Other Lion
The Aslan Hoax By Tirian
"My brain and this world don't fit each other, and there's an end of it!" - G.K. Chesterton
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Postby The Bigsleep J » 10 Nov 2005, 05:16

Oooh, tough for so early in the morning, but I'll try.

Quintessential Sayings of the Green Lady - King Rillian the Disenchanted
Its all in Plato - Prof Digory Kirke
Dragons: a study by someone who almost deserved it - Eustace Clarence Scrubb
101 Turkish Delight Recipes - Edmond Pevensie
What they teach in schools: An Academic Investigation - Prof Digory Kirke
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Postby David Jack » 10 Nov 2005, 05:36

I'd have these:
'There is no other Stream-Aslan's Rebuttal of Liberal Theology' by Doctor Cornelius
'Round Narnia with a Sewing Machine-My adventures after the Coronation' by Mrs Beaver
'End Times-Why Narnian Apocalypse is Immanent' by Puddleglum
'Psycho-The Real Life of Narnia's Enforcer' Reepicheep's autobiography
'Charn Offensive-my life with the Queen of Narnia' by Maugrim (unfinished)
'Top Places to look for Truffles in Narnia' by Trufflehunter
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Postby Alan » 10 Nov 2005, 08:00

Stupid Siblings and What to Say to Them - Jadis Queen of Narnia
From Cabbie to King: The memoirs of King Frank
Genetic and Heretitary Diazygotic Twin Syndrome in Archenland - The Hermit of the Western Marches
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Postby john » 10 Nov 2005, 08:16

Signs, a screenplay by Jill Pole.

...still early, so bear with me. ;)
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Postby A#minor » 10 Nov 2005, 16:26

:lol: :lol: These are great! Keep 'em coming! :lol:

Here's another:
The Calormen Art of Storytelling By Aravis Tarkheena
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Postby David Jack » 10 Nov 2005, 23:29

'The Charasmatic Movement in Narnia and Why it Can't be Trusted' by Puddleglum.

'Prophecy and Dream Interpretation' by Pastor Roonwit (foreword by Doctor Cornelius)

'Stargazing-a beginner's guide' by Pastor Roonwit, author of bestseller 'Prophecy and Dream Interpretation' (foreword by Doctor Cornelius, author of bestseller 'There is no other stream') £19.99, Roonwit Ministries Ltd.
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Postby john » 10 Nov 2005, 23:36

The Narnian Shopping Guide by Mr. Tumnus
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Postby David Jack » 10 Nov 2005, 23:44

'Growing up with Uncle Andrew-Memories of a Lost Childhood' by his twin brother, Don King
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Postby carol » 11 Nov 2005, 03:10

"Astronomy for Beginners" by Dr Cornelius.

"The Whoo's Whoo" by Glimfeather.
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Postby The Bigsleep J » 11 Nov 2005, 05:51

A very fine lady - Uncle Andrew (censorship issues stopped him from using his original title)
Dreamy, Sleepy Music for Dummies - Faun Tumnus
Strange Happenings in Turn of the Century London - Various Authors
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Postby Sven » 11 Nov 2005, 17:49

To Serve Marshwiggle by The Ladies of the Harfang Garden Club

A Survivor's Guide to The Great Snow Dance

Jadis Lilithsdotter: A Biography by A. N. Wilson (Stone Statue Press)

The Power of Positive Thinking by Puddleglum

The Chronicles of Judea ("What might Aslan become like, if there really were a world of talking, naked apes, and He chose to be incarnate and die and rise again in that world as He actually done in Narnia?")

Roonwit's Exhaustive Concordance of the Sky

Revealing the Real You! by Puzzle
Rat! he found breath to whisper, shaking. Are you afraid?
Afraid? murmured the Rat, his eyes shining with unutterable love.
Afraid! Of Him? O, never, never! And yet -- and yet -- O, Mole, I am afraid!
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Postby Stanley Anderson » 11 Nov 2005, 18:12

Dr Z -- when this thread dies down, I think the items should be collected and put into the Keepers forum. Lots of good stuff here! It's sort of the Narnian equivalent of B.S. Clueless, eh?:-)

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Postby wood-maid » 11 Nov 2005, 19:30

Sven wrote:Jadis Lilithsdotter: A Biography by A. N. Wilson (Stone Statue Press)

That was the best yet. :lol: I'll be smiling all day.

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Postby Erekose » 11 Nov 2005, 20:53

"Forbidden History:- The Coming of Winter" by The Heretical Hermit :/ :shocked:

"The Tree, The Winter, and The Lampost" by The Heretical Hermit :/ :shocked:

"Investigations into The MetaScience of Multi-World Travel" by Andrew Kirke (original writings of unpublished notes)

"I, Jadis: THe Culmination of the Royal Line" Jadis Queen of Charn & Narnia

"The Ball World: Allegorical Stories" various Authors
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