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The Faerie Queene - Study Guide Book 2, Canto 6 Summary & Analysis

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Cymochles comes across a beautiful lady in a boat, Phaedria, and asks her to ferry him across to where he may find Guyon. She agrees, but instead of taking him where he wants to go, she drops him off on a pleasure-filled island, where he sleeps contentedly, Guyon forgotten. Guyon then happens on the same lady, asks the same favor, and is also delivered alone (she refused to take the Palmer) to the same island. Guyon is less than pleased with the turn of events, and does not succumb to the lady's charms. Cymochles awakes to find Guyon on the same island and they fight, but the lady intercedes and agrees to drop Guyon off on the far shore and allow Cymochles to stay with her. The men agree. Guyon meets Atin, the evil servant who likes to start trouble, on the shore, and is...

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