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One such story is The Last Battle by C. Lewis, the final book in The Chronicles of Narnia. An allegory for the end times, Lewis maintained a bittersweet tone in The Last Battle. Narnia experienced a tragic end, but also a new beginning. The enemies of Narnia and conniving beasts overthrew the country and killed the protagonists. In the end, the great lion Aslan — creator of Narnia — destroyed that world entirely. One particular plotline stood out to me during my latest experience with The Last Battle.
These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. This brief greeting from Roonwit to Titian is important in that it shows the hierarchy in the old Narnia and shoes what has gradually been whittled away by the encroachment of a less spiritual Narnia. Roonwit's first loyalty is to Aslan and his second is to the king; however, if the king were to go against Aslan for some reason, or to give a command that was not in line with the truth as told by Aslan, the the old, traditional Narnians like Roonwit would not obey it. What have we to do with the Calormenes? We belong to Aslan. They belong to Tash. They have a god called Tash.