The Blithedale Romance - Section 7- Chapter 13: Zenobia's Legend and Chapter 14: Eliot's Pulpit Summary & Analysis

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Section 7- Chapter 13: Zenobia's Legend and Chapter 14: Eliot's Pulpit Summary

In "Zenobia's Legend", Zenobia offers to invent a wild legend one day, and everyone eagerly proclaims their approbation. Zenobia asks Priscilla to stand in front of her so that she can be inspired by her eyes which are very deep and dreamy tonight. Zenobia tells a story about the Veiled Lady, entitled "The Silver Veil". In the story, a young man named Theodore sneaks into the private chambers of the Veiled Lady with the intention of unveiling her to discover her true identity. The Veiled Lady tells him that he can go away and never think of her again or kiss her before lifting the veil, thus pledging himself to her from which instant she is doomed to be his evil fate. Theodore hesitatingly decides to lift...

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