Perelandra - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

When Ransom surfaces, he finds the Un-Man still clinging to him, trying to drown him. Partly out of desperation and partly out of hatred, he crushes the ribs of the body of Weston, though it is really the Un-Man. He waits and holds him down until he is sure there is no breath left. He then sits back and waits for daylight, as it is currently so dark as to have absolutely no vision at all. He waits for some time, trying to pass the time by quoting from classical literature, planning chess moves, and planning a chapter to a book he is writing. He tries many such tasks, to no avail, in an attempt to pass the time. Finally, he realizes the darkness is caused by the fact he is deep in a cavern, where no light will ever reach.

Ransom goes...

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