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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Quixote reiterates his belief that the castle must surely be enchanted because of the way in which its inmates handled Sancho with the blanket. Sancho expresses his desire to just return home, and he lists their misfortunes ever since hitting the road. They suddenly notice two clouds of dust encroaching on them, and Quixote imagines that they must be two great armies coming together to do battle. He rattles off many descriptions of the armies to Sancho, although neither can see anything through the thick dust. Quixote asks Sancho if he does not hear the sounds of war in the horses, trumpet and drums, and Sancho replies that he only hears the bleating of sheep. Quixote rides off quickly on Rozinante to assist one of the sides, leaving Sancho to shout after him that it is nothing but two flocks of sheep. Quixote begins beating...

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