Hwin is a fictional character from C. S. Lewis's fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia. She is prominent in the book The Horse and His Boy. Hwin, a mare, was born as a free talking beast in the Land of Narnia, but was captured as a foal by the Calormenes, and has lived her life as the property of humans, hiding her true nature as a talking horse. However, to prevent her mistress, Aravis Tarkheena, from committing suicide (to escape an arranged marriage), Hwin has revealed her true nature to Aravis, and has persuaded Aravis to flee with her to freedom in Narnia instead. In The Horse and his Boy, (the events of which all occur during the reign of the four Pevensie children in Narnia, an era which begins and ends in the last chapter of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Hwin and Aravis

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  • Hwin is a fictional character from C. S. Lewis's fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia. She is prominent in the book The Horse and His Boy. Hwin, a mare, was born as a free talking beast in the Land of Narnia, but was captured as a foal by the Calormenes, and has lived her life as the property of humans, hiding her true nature as a talking horse. However, to prevent her mistress, Aravis Tarkheena, from committing suicide (to escape an arranged marriage), Hwin has revealed her true nature to Aravis, and has persuaded Aravis to flee with her to freedom in Narnia instead. In The Horse and his Boy, (the events of which all occur during the reign of the four Pevensie children in Narnia, an era which begins and ends in the last chapter of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Hwin and Aravis fall into company with the talking stallion, Bree, to whom Hwin is distantly related, and the boy Shasta. In the course of their adventures, the companions thwart an attempted invasion of Archenland and Narnia, and Hwin, nervous, gentle and humble by nature, passes through testing grounds in which courage and the ability to lead are developed in her. (en)
  • Hwin, en otras versiones es conocida como Juin es un personaje de ficción de la saga Las Crónicas de Narnia, por el autor británico C. S. Lewis. El personaje aparece en El caballo y el muchacho.Hwin es una yegua parlante nacida libre en Narnia, pero fue capturada como un potro de los Calormenes, y ha vivido su vida como propiedad de las personas, ocultando su verdadera naturaleza. No obstante, para evitar casarse con quien no ama, la Tarkheena Aravis, escapa de su matrimonio, y Hwin le revela su verdadera identidad y la convence de escaparse juntas hacia Narnia. Durante su escapada, Aravis y Hwin se encuentran con dos compañeros más de viaje, el caballo parlante Bree y Shasta un pobre muchacho. En el transcurso de sus aventuras, los compañeros logran frustrar un intento de invasión de Archenland a Narnia, y Hwin, nerviosa, mansa y humilde por naturaleza, pasa a través de ensayos en los que la valentía y la capacidad de conducir son obstáculos que debe vencer. (es)
  • Winne (Engels: Hwin) is een personage uit Het paard en de jongen en Het laatste gevecht van De Kronieken van Narnia door C.S. Lewis. Winne is een sprekend paard, dat door de Calormeners is ontvoerd uit Narnia. Zij laat aan de Calormeners niet merken dat zij een sprekend paard is. Winne is een bescheiden merrie, die zich wat verlegen voelt in de omgeving van een strijdros als Brie. (nl)
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  • fictional character, the female lead horse in The Horse and His Boy (Narnia, book 5) (en)
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  • Winne (Engels: Hwin) is een personage uit Het paard en de jongen en Het laatste gevecht van De Kronieken van Narnia door C.S. Lewis. Winne is een sprekend paard, dat door de Calormeners is ontvoerd uit Narnia. Zij laat aan de Calormeners niet merken dat zij een sprekend paard is. Winne is een bescheiden merrie, die zich wat verlegen voelt in de omgeving van een strijdros als Brie. (nl)
  • Hwin is a fictional character from C. S. Lewis's fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia. She is prominent in the book The Horse and His Boy. Hwin, a mare, was born as a free talking beast in the Land of Narnia, but was captured as a foal by the Calormenes, and has lived her life as the property of humans, hiding her true nature as a talking horse. However, to prevent her mistress, Aravis Tarkheena, from committing suicide (to escape an arranged marriage), Hwin has revealed her true nature to Aravis, and has persuaded Aravis to flee with her to freedom in Narnia instead. In The Horse and his Boy, (the events of which all occur during the reign of the four Pevensie children in Narnia, an era which begins and ends in the last chapter of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Hwin and Aravis (en)
  • Hwin, en otras versiones es conocida como Juin es un personaje de ficción de la saga Las Crónicas de Narnia, por el autor británico C. S. Lewis. El personaje aparece en El caballo y el muchacho.Hwin es una yegua parlante nacida libre en Narnia, pero fue capturada como un potro de los Calormenes, y ha vivido su vida como propiedad de las personas, ocultando su verdadera naturaleza. No obstante, para evitar casarse con quien no ama, la Tarkheena Aravis, escapa de su matrimonio, y Hwin le revela su verdadera identidad y la convence de escaparse juntas hacia Narnia. Durante su escapada, Aravis y Hwin se encuentran con dos compañeros más de viaje, el caballo parlante Bree y Shasta un pobre muchacho. En el transcurso de sus aventuras, los compañeros logran frustrar un intento de invasión de Arch (es)
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  • Hwin (en)
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  • Winne (Narnia) (nl)
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