The Pilgrim's Progress - Part 2: Pages 60-90 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Pages 60-90 Summary

The group stops for the night at the inn of a man named Gaius. Gaius lectures the group on the virtues of women identified throughout the Bible and praised for their devotion to Jesus Christ during his death and resurrection. The men of the group discuss an evil giant named Slay Good, who encourages thieves to rob the pilgrims. When they go to fight him, they find that he has a prisoner named Feeble Minded. After slaying Slay Good, the group stays at the inn for another month. During this time, Mercy marries Matthew, and Gaius gives permission for his daughter Phoebe to marry James.

When the group prepares to resume its journey, they ask Feeble Minded to join them. He is worried about being a burden on the group because of his weakness. The arrival of Ready to...

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