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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 42. Chapters: Alberta Scrubb, Argoz, Aslan's Table, Bern, Bernstead, Bight of Calormen, Bird, Brenn, Burnt Island, Caspian X, Chief Duffer, Coriakin, Crescent, Dark Island, Dawn Treader, Deathwater Island, Dragon, Dragon Island, Drinian, Duffer, Dufflepud, Dwarf, Edmund Pevensie, End of the World, England, Eustace Scrubb, Fire-berry, Galma, Great Eastern Ocean, Gumpas, Island of the Star, Lamb, Lone Islands, Lucy Pevensie, Mavramorn, Minim, Monopod, Muil, Narnia, Narnian, Octesian, Pug, Ramandu, Ramandu's daughter, Redhaven, Reepicheep, Restimar, Revilian, Rhince, Rhoop, Rynelf, Sea Serpent, Seven Isles, Seven Lost Lords, Silver Sea, Stone Knife, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Tree, Utter East. Excerpt: Alberta Scrubb was the wife of Harold Scrubb and the mother to Eustace Scrubb. Alberta and Harold Scrubb were very progressive people. They were non-smokers, teetotalers (non-alcoholics), vegetarians, pacifists, and republicans. In 1933, they had a son, Eustace Clarence, whom they raised to be as they were. Alberta appeared to have been the true head of the family, rather than Harold. The family made their home in Cambridge. Later, in 1942, Alberta and Harold took in their nephew and neice Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, whilst the children's parents were abroad in America. Alberta is known to dislike all the Pevensie children, who were her relatives. When Eustace began to behave as they did, and become a kinder, better boy in the eyes of most, Alberta began to complain that it was their influence. In 1949, Alberta and Harold suffered the loss of their only son, Eustace, in a train accident. He was then 16. Anne Feathertone was a schoolmate of Lucy's during in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. She was jealous of Lucy's friendship with Marjorie Preston. Lucy overhears (via magic), a conversation between Anne and Marjorie in which Anne scolds her for befriending Lucy. Lord Argoz was one of the ...