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Phantastes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

For the next couple of nights Anodos is perplexed on how to call forth the white lady. He feels that a song would once again awaken her as it had in the stone cave. As he stands before the empty pedestal, he senses the desire of something unseen bidding him to call it into being. Anodos begins to sing and the dancers arrest their movement and hurry back to their resting places. One brushes against him in their rush causing the harp in her hands to remain living. Anodos leaves off his song long enough to remove the instrument from the statue's hands. Anodos is now accompanied by music and begins to sing again. Slowly his song calls the white lady into existence as he describes her from her feet to her hair.

Chapter 15 Analysis

Anodos continues to use his intellect and intuition to learn the secret...

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