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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Cardenio has just concluded his fascinating story, and suddenly the party hears yet another mournful voice in the mountains. Spying on the source, they see what at first appears to be a young boy with beautiful hands and feet, but looking longer, they see a great mane of hair revealed when she removes her cap. They realize that it is a beautiful young maiden. She is startled at their presence, but they beg her to stay. She tells them that she is Dorotea, the daughter of a farmer, and her beauty attracted the attention of one Don Fernando, a name that makes Cardenio sit up and take notice, although he retains his composure, as Dorotea tells her story.

Dorotea's parents advise her, and she agrees, that Don Fernando's attentions are probably more toward her chastity than toward herself as a bride, since their lineages are...

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