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Dark Night of the Soul - Book II, Chapter XXII Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Chapter XXII Summary and Analysis

In this chapter, St. John returns to the explanation of the poem "Stanzas of the Soul" and explains the soul is happy that it has been given the chance to journey out and escape from its bondage to the world, the devil and its own senses. St. John then restates his reasons for writing the book, to teach souls about the events and emotions of the dark night.

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