A more positive view, which I also resonate with:

The Seattle Times: Arts & Entertainment: C.S. Lewis: The way to Narnia: “Above all, the book’s central image captivates: a portal into another world, through something as prosaic as a wooden wardrobe filled with stored fur coats and mothballs. Lewis died in 1963, a few years after the last Narnia book (‘The Last Battle’) was published, but his stories continue to inspire generations of children to enter closets and tentatively reach for a back wall, hoping to feel a gentle drift of Narnian snow.”

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