Perelandra - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Ransom passes the night, sleeping on the fish, and awakens the next morning to see the Un-Man still ahead of him. Suddenly, he is aware of the lack of anything around him other than the fish he is riding on. All the birds and the other fishes have disappeared. It is as if only he and the Un-Man are left to battle against each other.

Ransom begins to doubt the existence of Maledil, and that he is really on a spiritual mission. He wonders why it matters if Perelandra is protected for the king and queen. He thinks maybe he is just an infinitesimal speck in the scheme of time, and that the things he knows about Eden are not precursors to his mission here. He is so exhausted from trying to fathom his purpose, and if he really has a spiritual mission...

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