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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Dorotea begins to tell Quixote the tale of how her kingdom came to be usurped. She says that she is the Princess Micomicona, of the land of Micomicon. A giant by the name of Pandafilando of the Malignant Eye came and took over after the death of her mother and then her father, all of which her father had foreseen, since he was gifted in magic. He also saw that she should not fight, but flee and meet a knight-errant who would help with her troubles. Here, she describes an identifying mole that Sancho says Quixote surely has. The curate takes care to subtly correct anything that Dorotea gets wrong in her story by way of her ignorance of the land. She also says that after the knight-errant has dispatched the giant, she is to become his wife and take rule of the kingdom. Sancho...

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