chapter  XVIII
St. Brendon’s Voyage and the Journey of Sir Owayne
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A south wind arose and drove the ship before it towards the north for eight days, until they reached a gloomy land, overhung with foul-smelling smoke. The noise was terrible and S t. Brendon knew that this was the mouth of Hell .s Here the devils attacked them and carried off one of the monks, who had lived an evil life, and cast him into the fire.4