Perelandra - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Ransom awakens early to begin his mission. He becomes aware that all creatures on Perelandra are experiencing an unusual sleep, probably caused by The Voice. He believes The Voice does not want them to be tainted by the sight of the extreme blood-shed and violence about to take place. He finds Weston/the Un-Man and begins his battle. The Un-Man, using Weston's body, quotes the Aramaic phrase Christ cried from the cross, mocking Ransom's dependence on Maleldil. They go head to head for some time, neither winning over the other. Ransom realizes they are two men of somewhat equal strength, as he is fighting Weston's body, not anything else. After some time, Ransom suddenly sees the Un-Man for what he is, losing sight of the fact he is grappling with Weston's body, and suddenly is overcome with an intense hatred, one that is...

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