The Romance of the Rose - Lines 3335-3786 Summary & Analysis

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Lines 3335-3786 Summary

The Freend encourages the narrator to approach the hedge again. The narrator meets Daunger again and humbly asks permission to love the Rose. Daunger grudgingly grants the request but warns the narrator to keep his distance. Fraunchyse and Pite (Pity) also begin to plead with Daunger to stop being cruel to the narrator. Bialacoil comes out of hiding and welcomes the narrator into the rose garden again. Seeing the Rose and longing for it once more, the narrator requests to kiss the Rose. Bialacoil says that Chastity prevents him from granting the narrator's request. Venus appears in all her glory to help the narrator and touches Bialacoil with her torch. Bialacoil then allows the narrator to kiss the Rose.

Lines 3335-3786 Analysis

This passage marks a major turning point in the plot of the romance.

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