THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE
PG. 15 – 16 – Edmund, Lucy
EDMUND'S VOICE: (off). Lucy, you're crazy. It's just a big, old wardrobe like any other big, old wardrobe with lots of coats inside. It's stuffy – and dark – and cold.
EDMUND: Cold? It was warm in the wardrobe. (He is astonished at his new surroundings.)
LUCY: But now we're in Narnia.
LUCY: You didn't believe me. I wanted to tell Peter and Susan as well. But you were the first one I found. And I wanted to get back here as soon as possible.
EDMUND: I thought you were teasing, but I guess you were right after all.
LUCY: Now the first thing we must do is see if Mr. Tumnus, the faun, is safe. I hope the White Witch didn't get him.
EDMUND: Witch? There's a witch here in Narnia?
LUCY: An evil witch who has a magic so that it's always winter in Narnia – but never Christmas. (Looking about.) Now where on earth – I mean, in Narnia – is Mr. Tumnus' home? I thought it was right over there. We have to go look for him. Come, Edmund.
EDMUND: I'll stay right here, thank you. I have no desire to go traipsing off after some silly faun. I'll be here at the lamppost – if I stay. I'm not sure I like it here.
LUCY: Please don't leave without me. I'll be right back after I make sure Mr. Tumnus is okay. (She exits.)
EDMUND: Narnia, eh? I didn't believe Lucy, but she was right. It's a fascinating place, I'll admit. But all this business about fauns and witches and …..