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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary

Quixote and Sancho follow the smell of cooking goat's meat to the goatherds' fire. They are welcomed cordially and eat amongst them. The Don is so moved that he makes a long-winded speech, saying how he is reminded of the "Golden Age," and then another goatherd joins the group and favors them with a song called "Antonio." After the song, a wine-filled Sancho Panza wishes to sleep, but Quixote begs that he dress his injured ear again. One of the goatherds creates a balm from rosemary leaves and salt, which helps him greatly.

Part 1, Chapter 11 Analysis

Quixote again refers to the "Golden Age," where men were at one with the world and the problems that ravage the world in modern times did not exist. He longs for the ideal world, and that is a lot of what his quest...

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