In the Chronicles of Narnia, Tash . . .
represents the Devil
represents the God of the Old Testament
represents a deity from another pantheon (will explain in a comment)
does not represent a specific entity, but rather the idea of a vengeful god, in contrast with the loving god represented by Aslan
represents something else not mentioned (I'll explain in a comment)
doesn't represent anything in particular; I just took the story at face value as a work of fantasy
I never really thought much about what Tash might or might not represent
Tash? Is that the weird bird-headed . . . thing?
I never read the Chronicles of Narnia
WHERE ARE THE TICKY BOXES?!?!?!?!?!?!