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Don Quixote - Part 1, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 29 Summary

Cardenio at once reveals himself to be Luscinda's rightful husband, and he explains why he fled so quickly after hearing the "I do." He offers to see her through in her mission to find Don Fernando. Soon, Sancho Panza shouts for them, since they left the spot they were waiting for him at, and they return to find news of Quixote. They resolve that Dorotea is best suited to be the damsel in distress. She already knows books of the chivalric tradition, so she can execute their language nicely. They tell Sancho that she is a princess of Micomicon, which Sancho is happy about since Quixote can now marry her and become ruler of the land. Then, he could give Sancho what has been promised to him. She entreats Quixote, once they come upon him, to help her win back her kingdom, and...

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