Phantastes - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Anodos is transfixed in his pursuit of the pale woman by the sight of a man riding towards him wearing red armor. The man reminds Anodos of Sir Percivale from the old woman's book because his armor is covered in rust. The knight apologizes for his appearance and warns Anodos to take heed of the tale of Sir Percivale and the Maiden of the Alder-tree. The knight cannot lift his head in pride again until every speck of rust has been removed from his armor by blows from combat. The knight finishes his speech and rides away before Anodos can speak.

Anodos resolves to heed the knight's fair warning as he returns to his pursuit of the white lady. As night falls, Anodos decides to try locating the woman through song. The marble lady appears, and Anodos feels a chill at her touch but convinces himself it...

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