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The Faerie Queene - Study Guide Book 4, Canto 6 Summary & Analysis

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Scudamore meets Artegall (who still looks rather savage) and the two confer on ambushing Britomart. Soon, the lady knight in question (though both men think her another man) appears and she and Artegall fight. There is a pitched battle, Artegall finally proving a match for Britomart, and then he strikes her helmet, cracking it, and revealing her face. He falls to his knees, instantly smitten, and Scudamore is also overjoyed to find that she is a woman and his Amoret has been faithful all along. He inquires about his bride, and Britomart explains that she woke up one day to find Amoret gone. He is afraid by Glauce tells him not to give in to unfounded fear. Britomart agrees to help Scudamore find Amoret. Artegall pursues his love with passion, yet now Britomart plays it quite cool (pretending she wasn't on a quest to find...

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