Guest Author - Taisha Turner
In C. S. Lewis' The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Peter Pevensieís final fight with Maugrim is to protect his sister. Maugrim, following Queen Jadisís orders, tries to kill Susan Pevensie. Maugrim has Susan and Lucy in a tree. The wolf snaps at Susanís dangling foot. He tries to grab the limb to pull the defenseless girl down to her death.
Peter Pevensie, the future High King of Narnia, hears Susanís cries of fear. Peter runs to his sisterís defense. He comes upon the scene and recognizes the terrible situation facing his sister. The future High King tries to avoid a bloodshed when possible, but it is impossible now.
In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Peter Pevensie raises his sword, a gift from Father Christmas, and faces the wolf. Maugrim turns from Susanís foot to face the brother. His taunts the boy. He tells Peter that he does not have the heart to kill him. Peter knowing what he has to do, to protect his family, thrusts his sword into the beast.
Peter does not like to kill. He just wants to protect his sisters, Susan and Lucy. Peter like a soldier does this act to protect others. The future High King of Narnia knows bloodshed for bloodshed is never good.
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