PG 20-22 – Mr. Beaver, Mrs. Beaver, Unicorn, Centaur
MR. BEAVER: The broken dam will just have to wait.
MRS. BEAVER: Yes. This other business is much more important. (Looking offstage.) Look, there's the Unicorn. We will tell him.
MR. BEAVER: Mr. Unicorn. Over here if you will.
UNICORN: Oh, good. It's you. I was afraid it was that awful Ferris Ulf.
MR. BEAVER: He left some time ago.
MRS. BEAVER: Dragging the unfortunate Mr. Tumnus with him.
UNICORN: How do you know?
MR. BEAVER: They passed right by us. We hid behind the dam.
MRS. BEAVER: Fenris Ulf didn't see us, but Mr. Tumnus did. And he dropped this so we would find it. (She holds up Lucy's handkerchief.)
UNICORN: What is it?
MR. BEAVER: (taking the handkerchief from MRS. BEAVER). We're not sure, but we believe it belongs to a human.
MRS. BEAVER: It has the smell of a Daughter of Eve.
UNICORN: You think that a human has been here?
MR. BEAVER: Yes, and that Tumnus let her go. That's why he was in such trouble with Fenris Ulf.
UNICORN: So where is this human now – if there was one?
MRS. BEAVER: Who knows?
UNICORN: If she's smart, she left Narnia the minute she had the chance. Never to return.
MR. BEAVER: Or to return with others.
UNICORN: Others? You mean humans?
MRS. BEAVER: Perhaps. Remember the prophesy?
UNICORN: (thinking out loud). Two Sons of Adam – and two Daughters of Eve. Is it possible?