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The Voyage of the Dawn Trader
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  • And he was solid and real and warm and he let her kiss him and bury herself in his shining mane.
  • He paused and went on in a quicker voice, "Aslan’s mane!" he exclaimed.
  • "By the Mane of Aslan," said Caspian, "I had thought you were all my subjects here, not my schoolmasters."
  • "There is a way into my country from all the worlds," said the Lamb; but as he spoke his snowy white flushed into tawny gold and his size changed and he was Aslan himself, towering above them and scattering light from his mane.
  • Then all in one moment there was a rending of the blue wall (like a curtain being torn) and a terrible white light from beyond the sky, and the feel of Aslan’s mane and a Lion’s kiss on their foreheads and then — the bark bedroom in Aunt Alberta’s home in Cambridge.

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  • It was a healthy male lion with a golden mane.
  • She brushed the horse’s mane and tail.

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