Susan and Lucy Pevensie are two sisters who are as different as can be. None the less they get along. They stand strong together side by side in battle. C.S. Lewis introduced them to the world in The Chronicles of Narnia. Susan is a no nonsense sister who always looks for a logical explanation. While Lucy, is a carefree child with a heart for caring about others.
Susan is the one who is smart and practical. Upon hearing about Narnia behind a closet door, she dismissed it immediately. She told her sister Lucy, that Narnia was just a childish figment of her imagination. Even though she did this with good intentions for her younger sister, she came off to the audience in the wrong way. However, once Susan discovers Narnia she quickly learns that she is destined for something greater. After a meeting Susan receives a bow and arrow, becoming quite the archer. Heading into battle head on and standing by her siblings side, Susan never stopped believing that her destiny would take her some place new. Everything that Susan did gained her the respect from her siblings as well as becoming a role model to her younger sister Lucy. One to go at it alone in dire times, Susan stands strong taking the lead, even when she is reluctant to do so.
Lucy, the younger sister, who enjoys the simple things in life. After, discovering Narnia, she tries to tell her siblings to no avail. But, she goes to and from Narnia visiting her friend Mr. Tumnus. Hearing the horrible things about what happened to Narnia after the White Queen, she became a leader trying to bring peace back to the land. Once her siblings discover the magical land of Narnia, they start to hear what she has to say. If it was not for Lucy raising her voice from time to time, then Narnia would not have been where it was. She was able to explain the horror of that Narnia had fallen under gaining the respect and trust from her siblings. We see Lucy be given a healing potion which she uses when needed. We watch Lucy grow up to become a young woman, reluctantly knowing that she would have to leave Narnia for good. None the less, Lucy became a role model to lead Narnia to a free land.
Susan and Lucy Pevensie are two of the most unique female characters. Two sisters who were born with no claim to a throne, yet gained the throne by fighting battles. They earned their rightful place in Narnia through the minds of young readers. Susan and Lucy Pevensie are by far two of the greatest female role models there are.