I'm sure some of the more lyrical passages escaped me, but I certainly got the sense of it all. But I discovered that in Spanish I quite dislike Mr. Beaver--shorn of his fine-sounding words, what he actually says is pretty nasty in a couple of places. Paraphrased: "If it looks human but isn't human, it's evil. I've known a known a few decent dwarves, but they've been the less human-looking ones." And about Edmund: "Oh, yes, I knew he was bad as soon as I saw him" (and yet somehow failed to mention it or take precautions). "There's something in the eyes."
I haven't decided what I'm going to read next. But I think not "Principe Caspian".