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简介:本文档为《C.S. Lewis-The Chronicles Of Narnia-All 7 Bookspdf》,可适用于人文社科领域,主题内容包含CSLewisTheChroniclesOfNarniaThefilesyoudownloadedisfromhttp:wwwencomTHELIO符等。

CSLewisTheChroniclesOfNarniaThefilesyoudownloadedisfromhttp:wwwencomTHELION,THEWITCHANDTHEWARDROBEBYCSLEWISCHAPTERONELUCYLOOKSINTOAWARDROBEONCEtherewerefourchildrenwhosenameswerePeter,Susan,EdmundandLucyThisstoryisaboutsomethingthathappenedtothemwhentheyweresentawayfromLondonduringthewarbecauseoftheairraidsTheyweresenttothehouseofanoldProfessorwholivedintheheartofthecountry,tenmilesfromthenearestrailwaystationandtwomilesfromthenearestpostofficeHehadnowifeandhelivedinaverylargehousewithahousekeepercalledMrsMacreadyandthreeservants(TheirnameswereIvy,MargaretandBetty,buttheydonotcomeintothestorymuch)Hehimselfwasaveryoldmanwithshaggywhitehairwhichgrewovermostofhisfaceaswellasonhishead,andtheylikedhimalmostatoncebutonthefirsteveningwhenhecameouttomeetthematthefrontdoorhewassooddlookingthatLucy(whowastheyoungest)wasalittleafraidofhim,andEdmund(whowasthenextyoungest)wantedtolaughandhadtokeeponpretendinghewasblowinghisnosetohideitAssoonastheyhadsaidgoodnighttotheProfessorandgoneupstairsonthefirstnight,theboyscameintothegirls'roomandtheyalltalkeditover"We'vefallenonourfeetandnomistake,"saidPeter"ThisisgoingtobeperfectlysplendidThatoldchapwillletusdoanythingwelike""Ithinkhe'sanolddear,"saidSusan"Oh,comeoffit!"saidEdmund,whowastiredandpretendingnottobetired,whichalwaysmadehimbadtempered"Don'tgoontalkinglikethat""Likewhat"saidSusan"andanyway,it'stimeyouwereinbed""TryingtotalklikeMother,"saidEdmund"AndwhoareyoutosaywhenI'mtogotobedGotobedyourself""Hadn'tweallbettergotobed"saidLucy"There'ssuretobearowifwe'reheardtalkinghere""Notherewon't,"saidPeter"Itellyouthisisthesortofhousewherenoone'sgoingtomindwhatwedoAnyway,theywon'thearusIt'sabouttenminutes'walkfromheredowntothatdiningroom,andanyamountofstairsandpassagesinbetween"Thefilesyoudownloadedisfromhttp:wwwencom"What'sthatnoise"saidLucysuddenlyItwasafarlargerhousethanshehadeverbeeninbeforeandthethoughtofallthoselongpassagesandrowsofdoorsleadingintoemptyroomswasbeginningtomakeherfeelalittlecreepy"It'sonlyabird,silly,"saidEdmund"It'sanowl,"saidPeter"ThisisgoingtobeawonderfulplaceforbirdsIshallgotobednowIsay,let'sgoandexploretomorrowYoumightfindanythinginaplacelikethisDidyouseethosemountainsaswecamealongAndthewoodsTheremightbeeaglesTheremightbestagsThere'llbehawks""Badgers!"saidLucy"Foxes!"saidEdmund"Rabbits!"saidSusanButwhennextmorningcametherewasasteadyrainfalling,sothickthatwhenyoulookedoutofthewindowyoucouldseeneitherthemountainsnorthewoodsnoreventhestreaminthegarden"Ofcourseitwouldberaining!"saidEdmundTheyhadjustfinishedtheirbreakfastwiththeProfessorandwereupstairsintheroomhehadsetapartforthemalong,lowroomwithtwowindowslookingoutinonedirectionandtwoinanother"Dostopgrumbling,Ed,"saidSusan"Tentooneit'llclearupinanhourorsoAndinthemeantimewe'reprettywelloffThere'sawirelessandlotsofbooks""Notforme"saidPeter"I'mgoingtoexploreinthehouse"EveryoneagreedtothisandthatwashowtheadventuresbeganItwasthesortofhousethatyouneverseemtocometotheendof,anditwasfullofunexpectedplacesThefirstfewdoorstheytriedledonlyintosparebedrooms,aseveryonehadexpectedthattheywouldbutsoontheycametoaverylongroomfullofpicturesandtheretheyfoundasuitofarmourandafterthatwasaroomallhungwithgreen,withaharpinonecornerandthencamethreestepsdownandfivestepsup,andthenakindoflittleupstairshallandadoorthatledoutontoabalcony,andthenawholeseriesofroomsthatledintoeachotherandwerelinedwithbooksmostofthemveryoldbooksandsomebiggerthanaBibleinachurchAndshortlyafterthattheylookedintoaroomthatwasquiteemptyexceptforonebigwardrobethesortthathasalookingglassinthedoorTherewasnothingelseintheroomatallexceptadeadbluebottleonthewindowsill"Nothingthere!"saidPeter,andtheyalltroopedoutagainallexceptLucyShestayedbehindbecauseshethoughtitwouldbeworthwhiletryingthedoorofthewardrobe,eventhoughshefeltalmostsurethatitwouldbelockedTohersurpriseitopenedquiteeasily,andtwomothballsdroppedoutThefilesyoudownloadedisfromhttp:wwwencomLookingintotheinside,shesawseveralcoatshangingupmostlylongfurcoatsTherewasnothingLucylikedsomuchasthesmellandfeeloffurSheimmediatelysteppedintothewardrobeandgotinamongthecoatsandrubbedherfaceagainstthem,leavingthedooropen,ofcourse,becausesheknewthatitisveryfoolishtoshutoneselfintoanywardrobeSoonshewentfurtherinandfoundthattherewasasecondrowofcoatshangingupbehindthefirstoneItwasalmostquitedarkinthereandshekeptherarmsstretchedoutinfrontofhersoasnottobumpherfaceintothebackofthewardrobeShetookastepfurtherinthentwoorthreestepsalwaysexpectingtofeelwoodworkagainstthetipsofherfingersButshecouldnotfeelit"Thismustbeasimplyenormouswardrobe!"thoughtLucy,goingstillfurtherinandpushingthesoftfoldsofthecoatsasidetomakeroomforherThenshenoticedthattherewassomethingcrunchingunderherfeet"Iwonderisthatmoremothballs"shethought,stoopingdowntofeelitwithherhandButinsteadoffeelingthehard,smoothwoodofthefloorofthewardrobe,shefeltsomethingsoftandpowderyandextremelycold"Thisisveryqueer,"shesaid,andwentonasteportwofurtherNextmomentshefoundthatwhatwasrubbingagainstherfaceandhandswasnolongersoftfurbutsomethinghardandroughandevenprickly"Why,itisjustlikebranchesoftrees!"exclaimedLucyAndthenshesawthattherewasalightaheadofhernotafewinchesawaywherethebackofthewardrobeoughttohavebeen,butalongwayoffSomethingcoldandsoftwasfallingonherAmomentlatershefoundthatshewasstandinginthemiddleofawoodatnighttimewithsnowunderherfeetandsnowflakesfallingthroughtheairLucyfeltalittlefrightened,butshefeltveryinquisitiveandexcitedaswellShelookedbackoverhershoulderandthere,betweenthedarktreetrunksshecouldstillseetheopendoorwayofthewardrobeandevencatchaglimpseoftheemptyroomfromwhichshehadsetout(Shehad,ofcourse,leftthedooropen,forsheknewthatitisaverysillythingtoshutoneselfintoawardrobe)Itseemedtobestilldaylightthere"Icanalwaysgetbackifanythinggoeswrong,"thoughtLucyShebegantowalkforward,crunchcrunchoverthesnowandthroughthewoodtowardstheotherlightInabouttenminutesshereacheditandfounditwasalamppostAsshestoodlookingatit,wonderingwhytherewasalamppostinthemiddleofawoodandwonderingwhattodonext,sheheardapitterpatteroffeetcomingtowardsherAndsoonafterthataverystrangepersonsteppedoutfromamongthetreesintothelightofthelamppostHewasonlyalittletallerthanLucyherselfandhecarriedoverhisheadanumbrella,whitewithsnowFromthewaistupwardshewaslikeaman,buthislegswereshapedlikeagoat's(thehaironthemwasglossyblack)andinsteadoffeethehadgoat'shoofsHealsohadatail,butLucydidnotnoticethisatfirstbecauseitwasneatlycaughtupoverthearmthatheldtheumbrellasoastokeepitfromtrailinginthesnowHehadaredwoollenmufflerroundhisneckandhisskinwasratherreddishtooHehadastrange,butpleasantlittleface,withashortpointedbeardandcurlyhair,andoutofthehairtherestucktwohorns,oneoneachsideofhisforeheadOneofhishands,asIhavesaid,heldtheumbrella:intheotherarmhecarriedseveralbrownpaperparcelsWhatwiththeparcelsandthesnowitlookedjustasifhehadbeendoinghisChristmasshoppingHewasaFaunAndwhenhesawLucyhegavesuchastartofsurprisethathedroppedallhisparcels"Goodnessgraciousme!"exclaimedtheFaunCHAPTERTWOWHATLUCYFOUNDTHERE"GOODEVENING,"saidLucyButtheFaunwassobusypickingupitsparcelsthatatfirstitdidnotreplyWhenithadfinisheditmadeheralittlebow"Goodevening,goodevening,"saidtheFaun"ExcusemeIdon'twanttobeinquisitivebutshouldIberightinthinkingthatyouareaDaughterofEve""Myname'sLucy,"saidshe,notquiteunderstandinghim"Butyouareforgivemeyouarewhattheycallagirl"saidtheFaun"OfcourseI'magirl,"saidLucy"YouareinfactHuman""OfcourseI'mhuman,"saidLucy,stillalittlepuzzled"Tobesure,tobesure,"saidtheFaun"Howstupidofme!ButI'veneverseenaSonofAdamoraDaughterofEvebeforeIamdelightedThatistosay"andthenitstoppedasifithadbeengoingtosaysomethingithadnotintendedbuthadrememberedintime"Delighted,delighted,"itwenton"AllowmetointroducemyselfMynameisTumnus""Iamverypleasedtomeetyou,MrTumnus,"saidLucy"AndmayIask,OLucyDaughterofEve,"saidMrTumnus,"howyouhavecomeintoNarnia""NarniaWhat'sthat"saidLucy"ThisisthelandofNarnia,"saidtheFaun,"wherewearenowallthatliesbetweenthelamppostandthegreatcastleofCairParavelontheeasternseaAndyouyouhavecomefromthewildwoodsofthewest""IIgotinthroughthewardrobeinthespareroom,"saidLucy"Ah!"saidMrTumnusinarathermelancholyvoice,"ifonlyIhadworkedharderatgeographywhenIwasalittleFaun,IshouldnodoubtknowallaboutthosestrangecountriesItistoolatenow""Buttheyaren'tcountriesatall,"saidLucy,almostlaughing"It'sonlyjustbackthereatleastI'mnotsureItissummerthere""Meanwhile,"saidMrTumnus,"itiswinterinNarnia,andhasbeenforeversolong,andweshallbothcatchcoldifwestandheretalkinginthesnowDaughterofEvefromthefarlandofSpareOomwhereeternalsummerreignsaroundthebrightcityofWarDrobe,howwoulditbeifyoucameandhadteawithme""Thankyouverymuch,MrTumnus,"saidLucy"ButIwaswonderingwhetherIoughttobegettingback""It'sonlyjustroundthecorner,"saidtheFaun,"andthere'llbearoaringfireandtoastandsardinesandcake""Well,it'sverykindofyou,"saidLucy"ButIshan'tbeabletostaylong""Ifyouwilltakemyarm,DaughterofEve,"saidMrTumnus,"IshallbeabletoholdtheumbrellaoverbothofusThat'sthewayNowoffwego"AndsoLucyfoundherselfwalkingthroughthewoodarminarmwiththisstrangecreatureasiftheyhadknownoneanotheralltheirlivesTheyhadnotgonefarbeforetheycametoaplacewherethegroundbecameroughandtherewererocksallaboutandlittlehillsupandlittlehillsdownAtthebottomofonesmallvalleyMrTumnusturnedsuddenlyasideasifheweregoingtowalkstraightintoanunusuallylargerock,butatthelastmomentLucyfoundhewasleadingherintotheentranceofacaveAssoonastheywereinsideshefoundherselfblinkinginthelightofawoodfireThenMrTumnusstoopedandtookaflamingpieceofwoodoutofthefirewithaneatlittlepairoftongs,andlitalamp"Nowweshan'tbelong,"hesaid,andimmediatelyputakettleonLucythoughtshehadneverbeeninanicerplaceItwasalittle,dry,cleancaveofreddishstonewithacarpetonthefloorandtwolittlechairs("oneformeandoneforafriend,"saidMrTumnus)andatableandadresserandamantelpieceoverthefireandabovethatapictureofanoldFaunwithagreybeardInonecornertherewasadoorwhichLucythoughtmustleadtoMrTumnus'sbedroom,andononewallwasashelffullofbooksLucylookedatthesewhilehewassettingouttheteathingsTheyhadtitleslikeTheLifeandLettersofSilenusorNymphsandTheirWaysorMen,MonksandGamekeepersaStudyinPopularLegendorIsManaMyth"Now,DaughterofEve!"saidtheFaunAndreallyitwasawonderfulteaTherewasanicebrownegg,lightlyboiled,foreachofthem,andthensardinesontoast,andthenbutteredtoast,andthentoastwithhoney,andthenasugartoppedcakeAndwhenLucywastiredofeatingtheFaunbegantotalkHehadwonderfultalestotelloflifeintheforestHetoldaboutthemidnightdancesandhowtheNymphswholivedinthewellsandtheDryadswholivedinthetreescameouttodancewiththeFaunsaboutlonghuntingpartiesafterthemilkwhitestagwhocouldgiveyouwishesifyoucaughthimaboutfeastingandtreasureseekingwiththewildRedDwarfsindeepminesandcavernsfarbeneaththeforestfloorandthenaboutsummerwhenthewoodsweregreenandoldSilenusonhisfatdonkeywouldcometovisitthem,andsometimesBacchushimself,andthenthestreamswouldrunwithwineinsteadofwaterandthewholeforestwouldgiveitselfuptojollificationforweeksonend"Notthatitisn'talwayswinternow,"headdedgloomilyThentocheerhimselfuphetookoutfromitscaseonthedresserastrangelittleflutethatlookedasifitweremadeofstrawandbegantoplayAndthetuneheplayedmadeLucywanttocryandlaughanddanceandgotosleepallatthesametimeItmusthavebeenhourslaterwhensheshookherselfandsaid:"Oh,MrTumnusI'msosorrytostopyou,andIdolovethattunebutreally,ImustgohomeIonlymeanttostayforafewminutes""It'snogoodnow,youknow,"saidtheFaun,layingdownitsfluteandshakingitsheadatherverysorrowfully"Nogood"saidLucy,jumpingupandfeelingratherfrightened"WhatdoyoumeanI'vegottogohomeatonceTheotherswillbewonderingwhathashappenedtome"Butamomentlatersheasked,"MrTumnus!Whateveristhematter"fortheFaun'sbrowneyeshadfilledwithtearsandthenthetearsbegantricklingdownitscheeks,andsoontheywererunningofftheendofitsnoseandatlastitcovereditsfacewithitshandsandbegantohowl"MrTumnus!MrTumnus!"saidLucyingreatdistress"Don't!Don't!WhatisthematterAren'youwellDearMrTumnus,dotellmewhatiswrong"ButtheFauncontinuedsobbingasifitsheartwouldbreakAndevenwhenLucywentoverandputherarmsroundhimandlenthimherhandkerchief,hedidnotstopHemerelytookthehandkerchiefandkeptonusingit,wringingitoutwithbothhandswheneveritgottoowettobeanymoreuse,sothatpresentlyLucywasstandinginadamppatch"MrTumnus!"bawledLucyinhisear,shakinghim"DostopStopitatonce!Yououghttobeashamedofyourself,agreatbigFaunlikeyouWhatonearthareyoucryingabout""Ohohoh!"sobbedMrTumnus,"I'mcryingbecauseI'msuchabadFaun""Idon'tthinkyou'reabadFaunatall,"saidLucy"IthinkyouareaverygoodFaunYouarethenicestFaunI'veevermet""Ohohyouwouldn'tsaythatifyouknew,"repliedMrTumnusbetweenhissobs"No,I'mabadFaunIdon'tsupposethereeverwasaworseFaunsincethebeginningoftheworld""Butwhathaveyoudone"askedLucy"Myoldfather,now,"saidMrTumnus"that'shispictureoverthemantelpieceHewouldneverhavedoneathinglikethis""Athinglikewhat"saidLucy"LikewhatI'vedone,"saidtheFaun"TakenserviceundertheWhiteWitchThat'swhatIamI'minthepayoftheWhiteWitch""TheWhiteWitchWhoisshe""Why,itisshethathasgotallNarniaunderherthumbIt'sshethatmakesitalwayswinterAlwayswinterandneverChristmasthinkofthat!""Howawful!"saidLucy"Butwhatdoesshepayyoufor""That'stheworstofit,"saidMrTumnuswithadeepgroan"I'makidnapperforher,that'swhatIamLookatme,DaughterofEveWouldyoubelievethatI'mthesortofFauntomeetapoorinnocentchildinthewood,onethathadneverdonemeanyharm,andpretendtobefriendlywithit,andinviteithometomycave,allforthesakeoflullingitasleepandthenhandingitovertotheWhiteWitch""No,"saidLucy"I'msureyouwouldn'tdoanythingofthesort""ButIhave,"saidtheFaun"Well,"saidLucyratherslowly(forshewantedtobetruthfulandyetnotbetoohardonhim),"well,thatwasprettybadButyou'resosorryforitthatI'msureyouwillneverdoitagain""DaughterofEve,don'tyouunderstand"saidtheFaun"Itisn'tsomethingIhavedoneI'mdoingitnow,thisverymoment""Whatdoyoumean"criedLucy,turningverywhite"Youarethechild,"saidTumnus"IhadordersfromtheWhiteWitchthatifeverIsawaSonofAdamoraDaughterofEveinthewood,IwastocatchthemandhandthemovertoherAndyouarethefirstI'veevermetAndI'vepretendedtobeyourfriendanaskedyoutotea,andallthetimeI'vebeenmeaningtowaittillyouwereasleepandthengoandtellHer""Oh,butyouwon't,MrTumnus,"saidLucy"Yowon't,willyouIndeed,indeedyoureallymustn't""AndifIdon't,"saidhe,beginningtocryagain"she'ssuretofindoutAndshe'llhavemytailcutoffandmyhornssawnoff,andmybeardpluckedout,andshe'llwaveherwandovermybeautifulclovehoofsandturnthemintohorridsolidhoofslikewretchedhorse'sAndifsheisextraandspeciallyangryshe'llturnmeintostoneandIshallbeonlystatueofaFauninherhorriblehouseuntilthefourthronesatCairParavelarefilledandgoodnessknowswhenthatwillhappen,orwhetheritwilleverhappenatall""I'mverysorry,MrTumnus,"saidLucy"Butpleaseletmegohome""OfcourseIwill,"saidtheFaun"OfcourseI'vegottoIseethatnowIhadn'tknownwhatHumanswerelikebeforeImetyouOfcourseIcan'tgiveyouuptotheWitchnotnowthatIknowyouButwemustbeoffatonceI'llseeyoubacktothelamppostIsupposeyoucanfindyourownwayfromtherebacktoSpareOomandWarDrobe""I'msureIcan,"saidLucy"Wemustgoasquietlyaswecan,"saidMrTumnus"ThewholewoodisfullofherspiesEvensomeofthetreesareonherside"Theybothgotupandlefttheteathingsonthetable,andMrTumnusoncemoreputuphisumbrellaandgaveLucyhisarm,andtheywentoutintothesnowThejourneybackwasnotatalllikethejourneytotheFaun'scavetheystolealongasquicklyastheycould,withoutspeakingaword,andMrTumnuskepttothedarkestplacesLucywasrelievedwhentheyreachedthelamppostagain"Doyouknowyourwayfromhere,DaughteroEve"saidTumnusLucylooked

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