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Re: [mythsoc] Susan and Narnia

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  • Ted Sherman
    Mary, I ve now skimmed the whole of Letters to Children--nothing there about Susan getting to Narnia in her own time. Though I do have an inkling that I, too,
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      Mary,

      I've now skimmed the whole of Letters to Children--nothing there about Susan
      getting to Narnia in her own time. Though I do have an inkling that I, too,
      have read that somewhere. Will do more digging.

      ted
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      Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 5:40 AM
      Subject: [mythsoc] Susan and Narnia


      > I seem to remember a quote in which Lewis says "There is still plenty of
      time
      > for Susan to get to Narnia in her own way."
      >
      > It would most likely be in LETTERS TO CHILDREN, but I don't have that
      book.
      > Paul Ford in his COMPANION TO NARNIA gives two references to LETTERS, one
      to
      > p 51 and one to p. 69. A friend of mine whom I called up found a
      reference
      > on p 51, but not the one on p.69. Different pagination, or perhaps error
      on
      > Ford's part?
      >
      > Anyway, can any of you here find that quote? And if you do you might send
      > the info direct to tmatt@... as well as to the list, he needs it.
      >
      > Thanks,
      >
      > mary s
      >
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