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Der Ritt nach Narnia By C.S. Lewis Der Ritt nach Narnia Der Hengst Bree Schlachtross eines m chtigen Tarkaan wurde als Fohlen aus Narnia entf hrt Als sein Herr einen Jungen als Sklaven kaufen will nutzt Bree die Gelegenheit und flieht mit Shasta in die
  • Title: Der Ritt nach Narnia
  • Author: C.S. Lewis
  • ISBN: 9783800052653
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Der Ritt nach Narnia By C.S. Lewis Der Hengst Bree, Schlachtross eines m chtigen Tarkaan, wurde als Fohlen aus Narnia entf hrt Als sein Herr einen Jungen als Sklaven kaufen will, nutzt Bree die Gelegenheit und flieht mit Shasta in die Freiheit nach Narnia, wo im Goldenen Zeitalter Suse und Lucy, Edmund und Peter regieren Auf der gefahrvollen Reise warten nicht nur geheimnisvolle Weggef hrten und AbenteuDer Hengst Bree, Schlachtross eines m chtigen Tarkaan, wurde als Fohlen aus Narnia entf hrt Als sein Herr einen Jungen als Sklaven kaufen will, nutzt Bree die Gelegenheit und flieht mit Shasta in die Freiheit nach Narnia, wo im Goldenen Zeitalter Suse und Lucy, Edmund und Peter regieren Auf der gefahrvollen Reise warten nicht nur geheimnisvolle Weggef hrten und Abenteuer auf ihn und den Jungen Shasta muss sein Schicksal erf llen ohne, dass er es wei.
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    1. C.S. Lewis

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this nameIVE STAPLES LEWIS 1898 1963 was one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century and arguably one of the most influential writers of his day He was a Fellow and Tutor in English Literature at Oxford University until 1954 He was unanimously elected to the Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Cambridge University, a position he held until his retirement He wrote than thirty books, allowing him to reach a vast audience, and his works continue to attract thousands of new readers every year His most distinguished and popular accomplishments include Mere Christianity, Out of the Silent Planet, The Great Divorce, The Screwtape Letters, and the universally acknowledged classics The Chronicles of Narnia To date, the Narnia books have sold over 100 million copies and been transformed into three major motion pictures.Lewis was married to poet Joy Davidman.

    408 thoughts on “Der Ritt nach Narnia”

    1. This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel I always find the visual imagery captivating riding across the moors at night, entering the towering city of Tashban, spending a night among the tombs of the ancient kings.

    2. Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure Yet the humor in this book is abundant, even though the narration is not as intriguing as the other books And the storyline is quite straight and lacks of twists or epicness, too I yawned so many times while I was getting past the first half of the book I d used my whole [...]

    3. I feel conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London But holy crap, the modern reader will find his racist descriptions pretty hard to swallow He reintroduces his devious, smelly, turban clad race, the Calormen A lost white boy is raised among them and he is sad until he is finally reunited with the [...]

    4. I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it The xenophobia is positively racist by page 5, we re already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia are considered by the residents of their southern neighbor, Calormen, to be fair and whiteed but beautiful barbarians The Calormenes, on the other hand, are nothing but walking Middle Eastern stereotypes They wear turbans [...]

    5. This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn t live up the magic of the previous two books, for me This is the first book in the series not set from the perspective of someone entering Narnia from the human real I still enjoyed it, though it is not what I thought it would be and, as such, it l [...]

    6. The Horse and his Boy Chronicles of Narnia, 5 , C.S Lewis 2002 5 1378 202 9649033815 5 1379 205 9647100116 1386 1386 280 1394 9789644178511 1898 1963 1330 1328 1337 1

    7. The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what s going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence I read Book 2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book 3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book 1 The Magician s Nephew first Reason I misplaced my copy of Book 1 and I had to search for it.Well, it is quite hard to rate this book It is a simple fantasy story The horse in the title is Bree, the talking Narnian horse He and the boy in [...]

    8. The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S Lewis on display throughout this book.I m incredibly disappointed His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid I admit, by calor I don t known if he is implying people of the hot lands as calor indicates heat or if it is a not so subtle way of suggesting colored people, but the descriptions speak for themselves These people are described as dark skinned, turban wearing, cruel slave owners [...]

    9. This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries talking horses who wish to take them into Faerie itself Narnia Faerie, and the journey to it, however, is perilous and fraught with dangers Once in it, or on its borders i.e Archenland it becomes even dangerous A battle ensues a [...]

    10. One word Orientalist.Sorry, I could not get past it nor should I have to This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti Arab Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it Quite frankly I couldn t believe that I was reading this garbage I don t really care if the story is good if it s offensive it s not good And even then, I really didn t care for the story.The characters were completely new and it takes place during Susan Edmund Peter Lucy s reign in Narnia The end [...]

    11. As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite It s coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters I even found Aslan much likeable in this one I think it s because he does less scolding and helping, and he s better integrated into the plot than in, say, Prince Caspian.I ve also decided that I kind of like Lewis weird semi omniscient talks to the reader n [...]

    12. The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, during the reign of the four Pevensie children as Kings and Queens of Narnia Though the Pevensies appear as minor characters, the main characters are two children and two talking horses who escape from [...]

    13. I enjoyed this one so much I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis.everyone It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician s Nephew a couple days ago and I m loving it so far I ve been reading so many books lately and it s hard to keep track of all of themI should have written a review sooner, but I ve been a little busy with school when I haven t been reading lol So sorry this isn t a p [...]

    14. The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis s quasi Arabian society but importantly, because of the heroine Aravis The young Calormene aristocrat, a tarkheena as she is titled, is a singular character in the Lewis mythology here, for once, the author shows us that he is capable of envisioning a female who is neither a mild mannered English girl, nor an evil sorceress.The indo [...]

    15. The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers who they really are Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this is ultimately the story of Shasta, his talking horse, Bree, and the folks they meet along the way I never felt completely immersed in the tale and that probably stems from the predictable nature of the story.

    16. By The Lion s Mane, this book is good Maybe it s my favorite in the whole series I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series I should have read this book sooner.This book is unique among the other Narnia books It s not actually the third in the series chronologically since it sets during The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe It s an untold story of how the Narnia doing during the golden age when Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy ruled Narnia And the story is not even revolves [...]

    17. LOL WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO READ THIS BOOK Possibly because the first three quarters of this book was INCREDIBLY SLOW AND DRAGGED OUT AND POINTLESS Don t get me wrong, y all I love C.S Lewis and Narnia is perfectionbut that s part of the reason why this book puzzled me All the characters were beautifully vivid and the sassy banter especially between Aravis and Shasta was ON POINT But wow there were so many places where I was nearly falling asleep Between the incredibly confusing names and [...]

    18. I m torn with my rating I read this book at least a dozen times growing up and I always loved it, and I just finished listening to a rather fine audio production of it, which I enjoyed But it s hard for me to separate my nostalgia for this book from a critical evaluation of the story Oh, Jack You have no great love for women, do you Or at least not until Joy Gresham came into your life If you d known her earlier, I think your female characters would have benefitted so much Aravis is one of the t [...]

    19. Coming Home26 October 2017 So, it looks like it has come down to me writing a book review during my lunch break Well, it wouldn t be the first time, and certainly won t be the last even though I really only have 20 minutes in which to do it So, as I usually do, I ve popped over the road to the State Library of Victoria so that I can plug in my laptop and borrow their electricity well, they do let us use it Ironically, the table that I have sat down at happens to have another lad writing an essay [...]

    20. I was eager to read this one after having enjoyed the previous book a lot For some reason I haven t posted those reviews yet but have decided to post this one I know, I don t understand my reasoning either But oh well.This story surprised me It wasn t even set in Narnia, and featured an entirely different set of characters, which wasn t what I was expecting after having read and loved The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe Different to all the action in the first book, this one was of a slow adv [...]

    21. That s it, I give C.S Lewis, you have beaten me, I am done I have been trying to review this for two months, but every time I open a document, my brain just screams bacon and runs away.This whole childhood nostalgia reread project is supposed to be fun It s supposed to be me bringing the lens of adult readership to the books that shaped the way I think about fantasy and narrative It s supposed to be self reflective and, not like this is a surprise, I m supposed to enjoy rediscovering old loves I [...]

    22. The Horse and His Boy is STILL my favorite Narnia book So many gems I was the lion I was the lion who forced you to join with Aravis I was the cat who comforted you among the houses of the dead I was the lion who drove the jackals from you while you slept I was the lion who gave the Horses the new strength of fear for the last mile so that you should reach King Lune in time And I was the lion you do not remember who pushed the boat in which you lay, a child near death, so that it came to shore w [...]

    23. Este libro esta basado cuando los ni os de Pevensie todav a est n en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos ni os j venes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis Ambos huyen buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucr ndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes El caballo y el muchacho es una historia convincente que es a la vez encantadora y llena de fantas a y aventura y creo que puede ser apreciado tanto por adultos como por ni os.Bellamente escrito, incluso intrigante Me qued encantada con el ent [...]

    24. Ouvir o audiobook foi uma experi ncia muito boa N o s foi uma leitura mais din mica, como me poupou horas Literalmente.Por m, continuo a n o estar fascinada por Narnia E um livro cuja hist ria provavelmente esquecerei asap N o um livro que vai ficar comigo.No geral, como os anteriores, foi ok Acho que vou gostar mais do filme

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