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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Quixote continues to question Sancho about Dulcinea, and he makes up his tale according to what he knows about his neighbor already. He again relates that she wishes him to immediately return to her side, and Quixote marvels over the quickness with which Sancho returned. They argue over the fact that Dulcinea does not want her intentions known, but Quixote keeps sending vanquished peoples there to proclaim themselves to her. The curate then asks them all to stop and take some water, relieving Sancho from his discourse for a while. Cardenio dresses in the clothes Dorotea was originally wearing, and he looks much better for it. Presently, the youth that Quixote saved many adventures ago, Andres, comes upon the party, and Quixote presents him as a testament to his success as a knight-errant. Andres quickly tells him what actually happened, that he was beaten so...

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