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The Last. Battle. C. S. L e w i s. S a m i z d a t In the last days of Narnia, far up to the west beyond Lantern Waste and close beside the great waterfall, there. C.S. Lewis - Chronicals of Narnia 7 - The Last Battle. Read more The Last Battle (The Chronicles of Narnia, Full-Color Collector's Edition). Read more. The history of Narnia comes to its end. But an ending is The Last Battle ( Chronicles of Narnia #7). Cover Image PDF (tablet), musicmarkup.info HTML Zip.
The Last Battle is a high fantasy novel for children by C. Lewis , published by The Bodley Head in It was the seventh and final novel in The Chronicles of Narnia — Like the others it was illustrated by Pauline Baynes and her work has been retained in many later editions. The Last Battle is set almost entirely in the Narnia world and the English children who participate arrive only in the middle of the narrative. The novel is set some Narnian years after The Silver Chair and about years and 49 Earth years since the creation of the world narrated in The Magician's Nephew.
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I've played along with it with my horn but that's it. Puzzle, realising his folly, joins them. A band of Dwarfs are also rescued, but because their faith in Aslan has been shattered, they refuse to help, claiming "the dwarfs are for the dwarfs". Tirian learns that Shift and Rishda have unintentionally summoned the actual Tash to Narnia when he and the others see him travelling north.
Farsight the eagle arrives to help, bearing news that Roonwit and the Narnian army have all been killed in battle. Tirian and his small force advance on the stable to expose the truth of Shift's deception. Shift and Rishda plan to weed out the troublemakers by forcing them into the stable to "meet Tashlan. Emeth, one of Rishda's men and a devout follower of Tash, insists on seeing his god. Rishda tries to dissuade him, but Emeth enters the stable.
Angry at the deception in the name of Tash, he kills another soldier who was stationed in the stable to murder the rebellious Narnians, but then disappears. Outside the stable, Tirian's group engages Shift and the Calormenes, but most of the remaining Narnians are all either killed or captured and sacrificed to Tash, by being thrown into the stable.
Tirian throws Shift into the stable, and Tash, who has haunted the stable since Ginger briefly entered it, swallows the ape whole. This event frightens Rishda, who offers the remaining Narnians as sacrifices to Tash to avoid his god's wrath.
But Tirian, left alone and fighting for his life, drags Rishda into the stable and finds himself in a vast and beautiful land. Tash appears, seizing Rishda, and advances on Tirian just as the Friends of Narnia appear, all dressed as kings and queens.
Susan does not appear, they explain, because she has stopped believing in Narnia, thinking it only a silly childhood game. Peter in the name of Aslan orders Tash to return to his realm, and Tash vanishes with Rishda in his clutches.
The faithless Dwarfs are present but cannot see they are in Aslan's country; they perceive themselves to be locked in a stable.
Aslan demonstrates that, without faith, even he cannot help them. The kings and queens bear witness to the end of the Narnian world.