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Viewed times. Aslan says the following in The Magician's Nephew : "It is not certain that some wicked one of your race will not find out a secret as evil as the Deplorable Word and use it to destroy all living things.
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EJoshuaS - Reinstate Monica. Josef Stalin might have been evil, but he didn't use nuclear weapons in war.
Randal'Thor True - are they referring to the same person necessarily, though? Is the person who discovers the deplorable word necessarily one of the tyrants? Hmm, good point. I thought it was implied, but maybe not. Randal'Thor It's worth noting that Jadis was technically still Queen when she used it although she was about to be dethroned by her sister , and the text strongly implies that the knowledge of the Deplorable Word was tightly controlled and evidently restricted to the Royal Family, so it's quite possible that Lewis was thinking that the next person to use the equivalent of the "deplorable word" would also be a tyrant.
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I'm not sure that the text necessarily implies it, though. However, I can't access any of the primary sources so I can't confirm with a proper answer.
Peter Shor Peter Shor 3, 13 13 silver badges 24 24 bronze badges. Excellent points. In their books there are themes that magicians in towers Saruman, Uncle Andrew meddle with dark magics beyond their ken and bring ruin upon themselves. It may have been a bit of a common cultural theme of the era. EngrStudent: My impression is that the theme of magicians in towers meddling with dark magics is much older than the early 20th century. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.