Perelandra - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

When the Green Lady dismisses Ransom and the Un-Man because she needs rest, Ransom sticks close by the beast. He realizes he needs more rest than the Green Lady does, and the Un-Man needs none at all, so he often awakens to find the other two deep in conversation. Each time the Un-Man is telling the Green Lady about women of his acquaintance who overcome great oppressions and come out much the wiser, while the men are portrayed as being dumb and plodding.

Ransom sticks close to the creature that has overtaken Weston's body. From time to time he gets glimpses of Weston's spirit, crying out for relief from the darkness he is in. At first he pities the state Weston is in, but soon realizes it was Weston's pride and human weakness that caused him to be taken over by the Un-Man...

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