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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 14 Summary

"The Song of Chrysostom" begins this chapter, and it is a dedication to rejection. Marcela herself suddenly appears at the burial, and Ambrosio scorns her. She defends herself, saying that the incidence of her beauty does not obligate her to love those who love her for it. She maintains that she has not encouraged any of the men that long after her in any way, and it is not her doing when they meet an unfortunate end by their own longings. She vanishes once she has completed her words, and everyone is impressed by her beauty as well as her clear thinking and sincerity. Several shepherds move to follow her, but Don Quixote issues a warning not to do so. After the burial is completed, he resolves to find Marcela and offer her his services.

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