Is This the Most Underrated Scene in The Chronicles of Narnia? | Talking Beasts
The Horse and His Boy Book Commentary, Part 5
An impossibly proud Tisroc, a reckless sexually frustrated prince, and a sycophant vizer with his face to the floor. After reading The Horse and His Boy so many times, how am I just now appreciating what a gem this scene is?
Could I be the only NarniaWebber that somehow overlooked this amazing dialogue until recently? Listen to my discussion with Rilian and then post a comment!
Oh, and in case you haven’t read it, here is C.S. Lewis’s excellent essay “On Three Ways of Writing for Children” that we mention in this episode. It’s a great read if you love Narnia. And here‘s a podcast discussion about the essay on EssentialCSLewis.com.
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