Jerusalem Delivered - Study Guide Books 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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Books 10 and 11 Summary

Book 10 - Soliman leaves the field of battle, wounded and discouraged. He leaves for Egypt, whose king has promised reinforcements. That night, he encounters a mysterious Old Man, who reveals that he is a mystic and a seer named Ismen, and that he can guide him to Aladine. Soliman goes with him. After mystically healing Soliman's wounds, Ismen takes him in his chariot to Jerusalem where he is made invisible. Soliman is then led into Aladine's council chamber, and overhears the argument as Argantes tries to convince Aladine to continue to fight. After hearing Argantes speak negatively about him, Soliman asks Ismen to make him visible. Ismen does as he is asked, Soliman steps forward and speaks aggressively in favor of continuing to fight. Aladine surrenders his throne to him and Clorinda (who is also in the room) accepts his leadership, but Argantes is unhappy...

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