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Arcita was attacked by a fury sent from the gods and was fatally injured. On his deathbed he tells Emily to marry Palamon for she is, "so worthy to be loved by Palamon, who serves you and will serve you all his life" (Chaucer 94).
The funeral of Arcita left a great impact on Palamon and Emily. After days of mourning, the Duke summons both of them to get married. With his peerage, the Duke espouses Palamon to Emily and, "Now Palamon's in joy, amid a wealth, of bliss and splendor, happiness and health. He's tenderly beloved of Emily" (Chaucer 102).
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