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By David O. Stewart
(trans. Danny P. Jackson)
Discussion Notes and Questions:
Questions on Chapters 7 and 8 and Epilogue
Questions on Chapters 3 and 4 and The Death of Ivan Ilyich
Chapters 3 and 4
Cantos II & III
Cantos III & IV
Stanza 41 - Archimago, an extremely powerful magicians, sends a sprite to Morpheus for a false dream.
Stanza 47 - False dream and false Una.
Stanza 49 - RCK utterly deceived by the false Una and Redcrosse Knight feels superior to her.
Archimago creates a false squire to add to the false Una. RCK has lost reason and is deceived by Hypocrisy (Archimago). RCK is not a mature Christian. He is easily decieved.
Stanza 7 - RCK and Dwarfe have fleed. The real Una awakens and finds them gone. She rushes after them.
Stanza 8 - Una is not going to give up on RDK because the church does not give up.
Stanza 9 - "For her he hated...." Hypocrisy hates Truth.
Stanza 12 and 13 - RCK meets Sans Foy and Duessa. Sans Foy is "faithless".
Stanza 16 - Redcrosse Knight and the Sarazin, Sans Foy, fight.
Stanza 18 - "Curse on that Crosse" the Sarazin cannot understand how RCK could still be living. He suspects that there must be something with the cross on the shield.
Brief Plot Summary and Notes
Call to muse, in medias res opening, statement of theme
Purpose of Redcrosse Knight's quest -- to free Una's parents
- Charge to Redcrosse Knight
- Errour defeated by RCK attended by Truth
- Archimago wants to separate Una and her protectors. Redcrosse is fooled by evil.
Adventure 1 - Active
Adventure 2 - Passive
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