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And they are drawn from a wide range of sources: Fenris is of Scandinavian origin; Ariane's roots are in Ancient Greece.
Walsall playwright Mr Ian Henery's Viking saga Fenris the Wolf is being performed in the open air by Stratford company Bird of Prey.
Here the author must retreat somewhat from the strict delineations offered earlier and allow some evidence from Peter's battle with Fenris.
Visitors can first enjoy a nightly open-air performance of Walsall playwright Ian Hanery's Viking play Fenris the Wolf, in Cox's Yard, Stratford at 6pm.
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While the children's initial desires are countered later in the story after they have met Aslan, such as when Peter does not feel brave, but instead "felt he was going to be sick" (LWW 127) before killing Fenris Ulf, this is less explicit than Lewis's direct statement in Surprised by Joy that his desire for God should not be mistaken for sexual desire.
13) Yet from a Christian perspective, if Aslan remains non-allegorical throughout, several problems arise, one of the clearest coming in Chapter XII of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, when Peter must kill the Wolf Captain, Fenris Ulf, to save his sisters.
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