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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Although Camila's letter urges her husband to return home, Camila decides to henceforth refrain from troubling him and deal with Lotario herself. However, Lotario is so adamantly passionate that Camila is unable to withstand his affections, and she surrenders to his flattery. She tells no one except her maid, and Lotario does not tell Camila of Anselmo's scheme so she will not question his love for her. After Anselmo finally returns, he goes at once to see Lotario and questions him. Lotario assures Anselmo that Camila is of the most virtuous of all women, and Anselmo is overjoyed. Even so, Anselmo want him to keep up the fazade and write some verses to her. Anselmo returns home and asks Camila why she wrote the letter, and she gives him a vague answer about the boldness of Lotario. Lotario's poem is supposed to be to a...

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