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Don Quixote - Part 1, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 15 Summary

Don Quixote and Sancho Panza set off in search of Marcela and presently come to a meadow where they decide to dismount, eat and rest. Nearby, some Galician mares in the custody of Yanguesan carriers so provoke the usually gentle Rozinante that he takes after them, smitten. The carriers see what he is up to and begin to beat him to the ground. Quixote and Sancho come to his rescue when they discover what is happening, with Sancho more than a little timid seeing that the carriers number over twenty men. The attack proves fruitless, and the carriers beat Quixote and Sancho so well that they leave quickly to escape their mischief. The two men lie on the ground, and Sancho asks for the Fierabras balm that Quixote mentioned, to which Quixote replies that he has not had a chance to make any yet. Sancho...

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