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Don Quixote - Part 1, Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 26 Summary

Don Quixote, after much consideration, decides to do his penance after Amadis of Gaul, writing and pondering, instead of Orlando, who apparently went stark raving mad into frenzies of bodily harm. He makes himself a makeshift rosary out of a strip of cloth from his shirt and recites countless Ave Marias. In the meantime, Sancho has made his way back to the inn where the unfortunate blanket-tossing incident happened. Here, he finds the very same curate and barber from the village of La Mancha, who are well acquainted with the Don. Sancho tells them of his recent adventures since they took their quiet leave of La Mancha and of his current mission to Lady Dulcinea, after they say that they will assume he must have robbed and killed Quixote if he does not confess. Sancho soon realizes, upon relating his current mission, that Quixote did...

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