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Re: Narnian Correspondence

Postby Ryadian » May 27, 2017 9:16 pm

Scrubb,

I must say, the archery lessons are beginning to pay off. I still couldn't hit a moving target if my life depended on it, but at least I can hit the ones in practice now. I hope I'll get better before we ever go back - if we get back, I suppose.

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Re: Narnian Correspondence

Postby King_Erlian » May 30, 2017 2:42 am

Dear Edmund,

It's really quiet and dull here, now that you and Lucy have gone home. I have to go back to school tomorrow, which I'm dreading. Thanks for all your good advice about how to stand up to the bullies, though. I'm not very confident I'll be able to do it, but I'll do my best. The last thing I want is to go back to being the snitching little creep I was before!

It's only two weeks since we got back from Narnia but it feels like much longer. Mother and Father think you were a bad influence on me, not least because I've started calling them Mother and Father instead of Alberta and Harold. It just feels right somehow. I don't expect they'll invite you to stay again, but I do hope I can stay with you during the next hols.

I keep having this recurring dream about Reepicheep, standing in his little coracle on the top of a wave at the Eastern End of the Narnian world, then disappearing. It makes me feel sad to think I'll never see him again. I do hope he got to Aslan's Country OK.

Best wishes to you and Lucy,
Eustace Clarence Scrubb.
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