One of the many bastard children of Oxford Don CS Lewis, has decided to satirize the most popular work of his deadbeat Dad.
Irving Shmolo Lewis has been infuriated with his absentee Pops since he read Lewis' Commentary on the Psalms: "The old man preached a blue streak about Mere Christianity but the child support check was what was mere! Then I read his little known-deservedly-book on the Psalms and saw what an anti-Semite Daddy dear was. Like most bigots he didn't mind a little roll in the hay but he never stayed for the bagels and lox in the morning!"
I S Lewis spins a fantasy yarn worthy of his Father. Only instead of the pro-Christian propaganda, this Lewis is spoofing the Jesus myth. Therein you will find older boy Peter - I.S. keeps C.S.'s name for the teen-you'll soon see why - has very different relations with beavers.
The W(B)itch here casts no spells, instead she is persecuted by the oppressive forces of the Lyin' Archbishop of Canterbury who freezes folks left and right for irregularities usually of a "sexsual nature" (his pronunciation).
The Entertainment Center is not really a doorway to a magical land but instead the, well , entertainment center before which the old professor sticks the children to keep them out of whatever little hair he has left so he can write snoring tomes about what a incredible Christian intolerant Muslim-Jew-Hater Old Clives was.