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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Mounting up again, Quixote and Sancho leave the goatherd, and Sancho begs to go home so he can at least speak freely. Quixote relents and removes the ban he has placed on Sancho from talking. Quixote defends his argument with the half-naked man and relates to Sancho what he intends to do next. He wishes Sancho to take a letter to his Lady Dulcinea in El Toboso, while he stays in the mountains to play the part of penance as his heroes Amadis and Orlando did. Quixote finds a spot that he deems perfect to do his penance in, and he wishes Sancho to stay for three days and see what he will do to himself, tearing his clothes and beating himself on the rocks. Sancho begs off and says he can describe it well without having to see it firsthand. Quixote decides to use...

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