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Transcript of Una's Woes
1. Error's Cave/Error's Children
Politically, Archimago is a monk of the Catholic Church.
Spiritually, he is an evil magician.
Politically, Una is the Protestant Church.
Spiritually, Una is the One True Faith.
Spiritually, Despair is a sin.
Politically, he is Catholic Priest, bringing hopelessness to his victims with the thought of their sins.
House of Holiness
Politically, Sir Redcrosse is Saint George.
Spiritually, he is Holiness.
Una's Parents' Castle
Politically, the Dragon is a dragon, specifically the one slain by St. George.
Spiritually, he (or she) is the Great Evil, or Satan.
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