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Phantastes - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

As Anodos walks through the forest, he hears a voice echoing through the trees. He soon sees a knight riding an unusual looking horse, which upon further inspection proves to be a horse pulling a slain dragon. The knight reins his horse in beside Anodos, who recognizes that it is none other than the Knight of the soiled armor and the lover of the white lady. Anodos becomes the Knight's squire and the two continue on together.

Soon they arrive at the house of a woman who wishes to know if the Knight has found her daughter. The Knight has indeed saved the girl from the dragon, and tells the woman where to find her ill child. Once the child is safely returned to the cottage and in the capable hands of her parents, the Knight decides to leave. As the two men travel through the wood...

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