Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
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...Prince Caspian Prince Caspian, which is the second book in the Chronicles of Narnia, involve a battle between goodand evil, and much of it parallels the evil of colonization, implying that the colonized natives were the good, and the invaders were evil. Moreover, as in the first book, Aslan the lion represents the ultimate good. The good in the novel is obviously represented by Prince Caspian, Aslan and the children: Lucy, Susan, Peter and Edmund, the bad being represented by Miraz the usurper. Miraz was a part of the group of people, the Telamarines, who had reduced Narnia to a land that is not magical, as all the magical elements have been cleansed from the land. This means... Good and Evil in Prince...