Caspian X, King of Narnia, Lord of Cair Paravel and Emperor of The Lone Islands, also called Caspian the Seafarer and Caspian the Navigator is a fictional character in the The Chronicles of Narnia series by C. S. Lewis. He is featured predominantly in three books in the series: Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and The Silver Chair. He also makes an appearance at the end of The Last Battle.
Lewis introduces Caspian as the young nephew and heir to King Miraz of Narnia. By this time, 1300 years since the rule of High King Peter, Old Narnians no longer live openly in Narnia, having been driven into hiding by Caspian's ancestors, the Telmar. In fact, the talking beasts are believed to be mythical, and are a forbidden subject in Miraz's castle.
When Caspian is a small boy (by which time both of his parents are dead), his nurse tells him of these stories, and he is fascinated by them; but when he mentions them in the presence of his uncle, Miraz rebukes Caspian and dismisses the nurse.
Miraz appoints Doctor Cornelius Caspian's tutor and mentor. Cornelius has dwarfish as well as human blood, though Miraz does not know this. Cornelius teaches Caspian the sciences and history that his uncle wants, but also tells him secretly the true stories of Narnia's past.
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