Who laid on a stone table cracked it in two?
Why did the stone table break?
The Stone Table cracked. This was because the Deep Magic, inscribed in the Stone Table, was reversed by Aslan’s sacrifice, according to the rules of The Deeper Magic from Before the Dawn of Time.
What was the great cracking noise the girls heard before seeing that Aslan’s body was gone?
The girls look at Cair Paravel when the first ray of gold breaks out over the horizon. At that moment, Susan and Lucy hear a deafening crack. They whirl around and see that the Stone Table has broken in half. Aslan has disappeared.
What two things did Lucy notice after it seemed that hours had gone by?
What two things did Lucy notice after it seemed that hours had gone by? That the sky was growing less dark, and that there was something moving at her feet.
Why did Mr Tumnus cry and call himself a bad Faun?
When Lucy asks why, the faun bursts into tears. Lucy comforts him as best she can, and Tumnus tells her that he is crying from guilt. He is a servant of the White Witch, the horrible ruler of Narnia, who has cast a spell over the land so that it is always winter and never Christmas.
Why did he think Lucy didn’t answer his call?
Why did Edmund think that Lucy didn’t answer his call in Narnia? He thought she was mad at him still. He thought she couldn’t hear him. He thought she was being mean.
What did Mr Tumnus call Lucy?
Tumnus) scrambles to pick up all his parcels, he asks Lucy if she is a “Daughter of Eve.” She replies that her name is Lucy, and the Faun clarifies his question—he wants to know if she is a human girl.
Why Aslan forgive Edmund?
A cry out to God for redemption as we see God’s compassion, love and forgiveness flow into our lives. Aslan tells the children to not talk about it to Edmund ever again, for it is gone, it’s in the past and wiped away. He forgives those who call upon him, he shows grace, compassion and love on those who do not deserve.
Why was Lucy surprised that her siblings hasn’t been wondering where she was?
Why was Lucy surprised that her siblings hadn’t been wondering where she was? Lucy thought she had been gone for hours. Lucy thought Susan would want to come find her. Lucy thought the Professor would have wanted to check on the wardrobe.
How did Lucy feel about Edmund having got into Narnia too?
How did Lucy feel about Edmund having got into Narnia, too? Lucy felt glad that Edmund was in Narnia because she finally had someone to back up her story and share her adventure with.
Why did Mr Tumnus decide not to keep his promise anyway?
Why did he decide not to keep the promise anyway? Mr. Tumnus decided not to keep his promise to the white witch because he realised the humans (Lucy) were not evil like he had been told. He chose the good over the evil and sacrificed himself for the better of Narnia.
Why did Lucy feel comfortable in the Faun’s cave?
The faun’s home is delightful. The text says that “Lucy thought she had never been in a nicer place.” It is a little cave with just two rooms: a sitting room and a bedroom. This home is cozy and cheery. Though Tumnus is a spy for the queen, he is a very good and kind fellow.
Why was Mr Tumnus so upset when he was with Lucy?
Tumnus become so upset during his first visit with Lucy? He becomes upset because he was supposed to put Lucy to sleep then hand her over to the White Witch. He feels like a bad faun who is required to do what the White Witch wants. He feels his father would be so disappointed.
How did Mr Tumnus entertain Lucy after they had eaten?
How did Mr. Tumnus entertain Lucy after they had eaten? He told her stories and played his flute.
Why did it take Lucy so long to understand the danger she was in?
3. Why do you think it took Lucy so long to understand that she was being kidnapped? Because Mr. Tumnus seemed so genuinely nice and friendly, and also because she’s young and doesn’t yet understand that some adults can be very bad people and do very bad things.
Is Mr Tumnus good or bad?
Even though Mr. Tumnus is very kind and helpful to Lucy, he has a dark secret. He becomes a good friend to Lucy and all of her siblings as well as a trusted adviser when they become kings and queens of Narnia.
What was the main reason Susan and Peter didn’t believe Lucy?
The Professor seemed unconcerned, and even as if he thought it could be true. What was the main reason Susan and Peter didn’t believe Lucy? They were sure such a thing just wasn’t possible. That Lucy was mad, lying, or telling the truth.
Why had Mr Tumnus started crying when Lucy stopped her to play his flute?
The faun sorrowfully tells her that she cannot go home. When Lucy asks why, the faun bursts into tears. Lucy comforts him as best she can, and Tumnus tells her that he is crying from guilt.
What happened to Mr Tumnus?
Later in the story, when the winter has come to an end and Aslan is preparing an army to take on the White Witch, Lucy and Susan find Tumnus as a statue in the Witch’s castle, and he is restored by Aslan. He follows the other Narnians to the battle as the Witch is defeated and killed.
What will happen to Mr Tumnus if he is caught not following orders?
What will happen to the faun if he is caught not following orders? (a) He will be banished from Narnia. What does the faun do after Lucy calms him down when he is crying?