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Peter Pevensie

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Peter Pevensie is the eldest of the Pevensie children in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. His siblings are Susan, Edmund and Lucy. He is responsible for the welfare of sisters and brother. Peter and his siblings are evacuated to Professor Digory Kirke’s country house.

World War II is the reason for the evacuation. The German Air Force is bombing London, England. The children are sent to the Professor for their safety. Peter is the designated group protector.

Peter Pevensie is a level-headed young man. He like his other siblings, does not believe Lucy stories of an alternative world of Narnia. Peter investigates the wardrobe for an entrance to Narnia. The young man finds no entrance. He warns the others not to tease Lucy.

Once the children arrive in Narnia, he is the group leader. Peter gives the others a fur coat for warmth in the frozen kingdom. It is he who decides to travel with Mr. Beaver to his home. Mr. & Mrs. Beaver welcomes him for he is a son of Adam (human).

Peter Pevensie receives a Christmas gift from Father Christmas. He receives a sword and shield. The items are to be used to protect the others and fight in the upcoming war.

Peter uses the sword and shield to protect Susan from Maugrim. Maugrim, the leader of the White Witch Secret Police tries to kill his sister. Peter tries to prevent the bloodshed, but Maugrim leaves with no choice. Therefore, Peter kills him to save Susan’s life.

Peter dresses in chain mail and a helmet to lead Aslan’s forces against Queen Jadis, the White Witch in the final battle. He places himself in the front. Edmund is placed in the rear. Again, Peter is the big brother protecting the others.

Aslan names Peter Pevensie the High King of Narnia. He rules equally with Susan, Edmund and Lucy. The four children rule Narnia for a long period of time.


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