Perelandra - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Ransom "argues" against his fate as the ransom, or savior, for Perelandra. He argues with The Voice. He comes to realize he is not expected to do anything miraculous, just to do his best. He is not the one fighting evil, but The Voice, Maleldil, is fighting through him. He does not have to be miraculous to win. He realizes an awful truth, that all he has to do is kill the body that was once Weston. The Un-Man has overtaken Weston's body. Ransom remembers from the Biblical account that the evil spirits fear being cast into nothingness. He realizes the Un-Man was only able to overtake Weston because of the moral weakness Weston experienced. If he, Ransom, kills Weston's body, the Un-Man will be sent back to the pits of hell because he will have no dwelling on Perelandra.

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