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Published in 1951, the childrens book "Prince Caspian" was the second in a series of seven books. What was the first?
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Published in 1951, the children's book "Prince Caspian" was the second in a series of seven books. The first was "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe".
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What was Roald Dahl's follow up to his book "Charlie And The Chocolate Factory" called?
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Published in 1951, the children's book "Prince Caspian" was the second in a series of seven books. The first was "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe".

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Who played Elizabeth Bennet in the BBC adaptation of 'Pride and Prejudice'?
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Jennifer Ehle played Elizabeth Bennet in the BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. - -
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Jher000: You provided the link for the Mrs. Bennet, the mother. Not Elizabeth Bennet, the daughter and heroine.
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Who played Elizabeth Bennet in the BBC adaptation of 'Pride and Prejudice'?
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The first book in the series "The Chronicles of Narnia" is The Lion, Witch, and Wardrobe, the first book meant to be read in the series is The Magician's Nephew.
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Published in 1951, the childrens book "Prince Caspian" was the second in a series of seven books. What was the first?
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While the publication order is correct: The reading order is intended to start with The Magician's Nephew as it explains the beginnings of Narnia. 'Although The Magician's Nephew was written several years after C. S. Lewis first began The Chronicles of Narnia, he wanted it to be read as the first book in the series. Harper Collins is happy to present these books in the order in which Professor Lewis preferred.' - -
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