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Parzival Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

As Gawan rests, Orgeluse enters his inmost thoughts as she has come into his heart by a narrow path and his waking thoughts are devoted to her in unfailing constancy. Gawan is burdened by love and other troubles. When day breaks, he gets out of bed, dresses and walks through the palace to a splendid Pillar, where he is joined by Arnive, her daughter Sangive, and two of Sangive's daughters. Gawan pledges himself as Queen Arnive's servant since she restored his mind and body with her medicines, and she instructs him to kiss the three ladies, Sangive, Itonje and Cundrie. Although the ladies are attractive, Gawan notices that they do not compare to Orgeluse. Arnive explains to Gawan that the Pillar shows everything that is happening for miles around, and when Gawan sees Orgeluse with Turkoyt, Arnive warns him against battling this formidable man, but Gawan insists...

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