Die Chroniken von Narnia 03. Der Ritt nach Narnia by C. S. Lewis

By C. S. Lewis

Ein sprechendes Pferd, ein einsamer, aber mutiger Junge und eine düstere Verschwörung? in "Der Ritt nach Narnia" erzählt C. S. Lewis ein Abenteuer aus der Zeit der Herrschaft König Peters und seiner Geschwister über Narnia. Der Waisenjunge Shasta soll als Sklave an einen hartherzigen Tarkaan verkauft werden. Er beschließt, gemeinsam mit dem Pferd Bree ins sagenumwobene Land Narnia zu fliehen. Eine Reise voller Abenteuer und Gefahren beginnt.

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He began writing professionally in 1987 and has written comics for Caliber Comics, Moonstone Books, Marvel Comics, and DC Comics. His work includes Hercules: The Twelve Labors, Amaterasu: Return of the Sun, Robin Hood: Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, Robyn of Sherwood (featuring stories about Robin Hood’s daughter), Batman Beyond, Gotham Girls, Captain America: Red, White and Blue, and Mutant X. sandy carruthers was born in Nova Scotia, Canada. His family moved to Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada, when he was young.

Shun (shuhn): a Chinese emperor xia (shee-ah): the first Chinese dynasty described in historical records yao (yow): a Chinese emperor yellow emperor: Huang Di, the ruler of heaven. In Chinese culture, the color yellow symbolizes power and authority. ying long (ying long): the flying dragon given to Yu by Huang Di yu (yoo): a Chinese hero, founder of the Xia Dynasty. He is often called Da Yu, a Chinese phrase meaning Yu the Great. 0822530880 9/7/06 9:37 AM Page 47 further reading and websites Behnke, Alison.

Cheng retells several major myths, adding historical and cultural details about ancient China. html The culture section of this website looks at some of the historical roots of the Yu legend. htm The museum’s website features online exhibits of Chinese painting, tapestry, ceramics, and other treasures. The website’s Explore and Learn section includes a kids’ corner, with interactive pictures of Chinese life. creating yu the great In creating this story, author Paul Storrie adapted traditional retellings found in Land of the Dragon: Chinese Myth (edited by Tony Allan), An Introduction to Oriental Mythology (by Clio Whittaker), and other sources on Asian myth.

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