From the Back Cover
Return to the land of Narnia for another adventure If you found Narnia through the wardrobe, you may think you know all there is to know about this mystical land. But you've only just begun the journey. In Prince Caspian, there is much more to discover. Tracing through Prince Caspian chapter by chapter, Devin Brown explores fascinating symbols, hidden meanings, and easily missed details that swirl in and around the return to Narnia--all to the delight of book lovers and film fans alike. If you're ready to be transported back into the magical world of Narnia, this careful literary analysis is where you should start. "Devin Brown's love for Narnia and his comprehensive knowledge of C. S. Lewis's oeuvre shine out from every page of Inside Prince Caspian. In its commitment to deepening and broadening the reader's understanding of Prince Caspian, Brown's literary criticism follows in the tradition of Lewis's own criticism."--Jonathan Rogers, author, The World According to Narnia "A splendid blending of scholarship and analysis, this book helps every reader understand C. S. Lewis's Prince Caspian better than ever before. Devin Brown provides wisdom and insight in every chapter. He teaches us not only about C. S. Lewis as we go through the book but also about God, goodness, and life. A wonderful commentary!"--Marvin D. Hinten, author, The Keys to the Chronicles "Some books are wonderful, but very few are absolutely necessary. Devin Brown's Inside Prince Caspian and its predecessor, Inside Narnia, are both wonderful and absolutely necessary. I am thrilled they exist and recommend them with great enthusiasm and joy."--Eric Metaxas, author, Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery Devin Brown is a professor of English at Asbury College. A C. S. Lewis aficionado, Brown has been regularly writing, teaching, and lecturing on Lewis for more than ten years. Brown is the author of Inside Narnia.
About the Author
Devin Brown (PhD, University of South Carolina) is a Lilly scholar and professor of English at Asbury College. A C. S. Lewis aficionado, Brown has been regularly writing, teaching, and lecturing on Lewis for more than ten years. Brown is the author of Inside Narnia and lives in Lexington, Kentucky.