The Romance of the Rose - Study Guide Lines 4481-4614 Summary & Analysis

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Lines 4481-4614 Summary

The narrator summarizes the status quo: Bialacoil is imprisoned in the castle, with the Vekke, Daunger, Shame, Wikked-Tunge, Drede, and Jealosy on guard, and the narrator has no way in. He wonders how he can enter the castle, aware of his vows of love and his obligation towards Bialacoil.

Lines 4481-4614 Analysis

Little needs to be said about the summary, although it should be noted that the narrator is now agreeing with the points raised by Reason and is regretting entering the Garden of Mirth, which has introduced him to the pains of love.

The Vekke is developed a little further, with a physical description given to flesh out the description of her character and background in lines 4277 to 4432. The physical description reminds the reader somewhat of how Eld and Time are portrayed on the walls of the garden, thus excluding these factors from the...

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