LWW13-HC6, 2000.

Setting 3

LWW10-HC4d1, 2007.

Caedmon Abridged LP, 1978

Ian Richardson, nar.

LWW4-S, 1987

Setting 2

LWW7-HC1g, 2002

LWW2-M1d, 1973.

LWW8-HC2d, 2000

LWW2-RBC, 1973

Unseen

Setting 12

LWW2-M1c, unknown

LWW2-M1b2, c. 1965

LWW7-CO2a, 1987

LWW1-GB, 1950.

LWW10-HC4a2, 1994

Setting 7

LWW7-HC1c, c, 1992

LWW8-HC2b, 1997

Setting 8

LWW6-M3, 1986

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

HarperAudio audiobook cover, 2005

Michael York, nar. (British)

LWW8-HC2c, 1998

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe , published by Geoffrey Bles in 1950, is the first published and best known of seven novels in The Chronicles of Narnia (1950–1956). Although it was written as well as published first in the series, it is volume two in recent editions, which are sequenced by the stories' chronology (the first being The Magician's Nephew). Like the others, it was illustrated by Pauline Baynes, and her work has been retained in many later editions. Twelve settings of the work currently exist. "Unseen" editions may not be placed in the proper setting.


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Setting 15

LWW7-HC1f, 2002

LWW10-HC4b1-3, 2000.

Setting 5

LWW7-HC1b, 1990

LWW7-HC1e, 1998

Unseen

LWW15-HC8a1, 2005.

LWW4-M2b, 1973.

Setting 13

LWW3-F, 1980.

Setting 4

LWW4-M2a, 1970

LWW11-FO1a, 1996

Setting 6

LWW2-M1b1, c. 1965

LWW1-CO1c, 1983.

LWW15-HC8a2, 2005.

ASV LP cover, 1981

Michael Hordern nar.

LWW14-HC7, 2003

LWW5-M2, 1983.

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LWW2-M1a, 1950

LWW3-PB1a, 1959.

HarperAudio audiobook cover, 2005

Michael York, nar. (USA)

Setting 11

LWW1-CO1a, 1965

LWW7-CO2b, 1988.

LWW7-HC1d, 1998

LWW10-HC4d2, 2007.

(LWW)

Setting 9

LWW8-HC2a, 1991

LWW1-HC8, 2009

LWW1-CO1b, 1974

Unseen

Setting 10

LWW9-HC3b1-3, 2001, 2002, 2005

Setting 14

LWW9-HC3a, 1994

LWW7-HC1a, 1990.

LWW3-PB1b, 1974

LWW10-HC4a1, 1994

LWW11-FO1b, 2001

LWW12-HC5, 1998

Unseen

Setting 1

LWW10-HC4c, 2005.