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Parzival Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

When Gawan wakes, he notices the castle he had seen the night before where many beautiful ladies reside and asks Lady Bene about the women in the castle, but she is sword to silence regarding the castle and begs him to ask anything else of her. His host joins them and also refuses to answer Gawan's questions as it will bring sorrow to Gawan's heart and sadden his host and all of his children. Since Gawan persists in his questions, his host advises him to arm himself for the perils at Schastel marveille which have never been attempted and can result only in calamity and death. Ignoring his host's fears, Gawan insists on exerting himself to help the ladies. His host directs him on how to comport himself when faced with the deadly perils at Schastel marveille, and Gawan sets out.

According to his host's instructions, Gawan...

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