Lewis, C.S. -- The Silver Chair [Book]
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1953. First Edition. 208pp. Hardcover: NEAR FINE. Dust Wrapper: NEAR FINE. The book is bright, no cocking or leaning; gentle pushing at the top and bottom of spine, minor pencil marks on front endpaper, and some expected discoloration to the text block. The Dust Wrapper is very bright, with a sunbathed spine, some minor chipping and a tear on the bottom and top of the spine. The fourth book in the celebrated Chronicle of Narnia series. The novel is set primarily in the world of Narnia, decades after The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, but less than a year later in England. The Silver Chair does not include any of the Pevensie children, who were the heroes of “Lion” and “Caspian.” Only the two younger siblings, Edmund and Lucy, appeared in “Dawn,” and “Silver” centers on the children's cousin Eustace and his schoolmate Jill. The themes of bullying, trusting Aslan and faith in other people all echo throughout this story.