Terribly Female: Religion, Femininity, and Power in Narnia and Tir na mBan

For my first writing piece, I would like to share my English Honors thesis, which I submitted for review in the Fall 2014 semester. In the essay, I explore gender and power in C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia and compare it to those within Elizabeth Cunningham’s Magdalen Rising: The Beginning. I had so much fun writing it, and I’m glad to say it earned a full grade!

And to my fellow readers, I recommend reading both Lewis and Cunningham’s works, not merely for the sake of context within my essay, but also for the sake of the stories themselves. The characters of both authors have stayed with me since I read about them.

Thank you for reading!

Terribly Female: Religion, Femininity, and Power in Narnia and Tir na mBan

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