C. S. Lewis

Edmund says to Ramandu’s daughter: “When I look in your face I can’t help believing all you say: but then that’s just what might happen with a witch too. How are we to know you’re a friend?” She replies, “You can’t know . . . you can only believe — or not.”

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1 Response to C. S. Lewis

  1. shinichi says:

    The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

    by C. S. Lewis

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