Perelandra - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

In chapter five, Ransom finds he is on his island and it has drifted adjacent to the Green Lady's. He wishes to come over to her island and is granted permission. He is aware she and he are both naked, but is not bothered by it or tempted. Instead, he is somewhat awestruck by the creature. What might be considered strange on his planet is considered beautiful here, and viewed so by him. He is fascinated with the innocence of this creature. She claims to be older (in wisdom) than she was the day before. She is fascinated with what he reveals to her about his world, just as much so as he is by hers. The Green Lady is amazed at first that she can be so enthralled with her King and his joy, yet still be just as enthralled with Ransom...

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