The Song of Roland - Study Guide Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Stanza 13 - Charles tells his courtiers what the Saracens have said, lists the extravagant gifts they've brought, and tells them of Marsile's promise to convert to Christianity. He concludes by saying he doesn't know what truth is behind the Saracens' actions, and says they all have to think carefully before acting.

Stanza 14 - Roland insists that Marsile is not to be trusted. He lists his victories over the Saracens, and recounts how in each time Marsile has made the same promises and each time revealed himself to be treacherous. He urges Charles to continue the fight he started, and avenge the deaths of the men killed by Marsile's treachery.

Stanza 15 - Narration describes Charles as considering Roland's words carefully, and also reveals that Roland is his nephew. Ganelon approaches Charles, and urges him to not listen to anyone but himself. He comments that Roland doesn't have his...

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