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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Sancho rushes in and interrupts the reading, saying that Quixote is enveloped in battle with the giant that usurped Princess Micomicona. What has actually happened is that Quixote, sleepwalking, was so involved in a dream about vanquishing the giant that he slashed the wineskins that hung above the bed to ribbons. The room is quite flooded in wine, looking like blood. The innkeeper is completely furious over the loss of so much wine, of course. They throw a shock of cold water over Quixote, which rouses him somewhat, and he believes that he has finished the adventure already. They put Quixote back to bed and comfort Sancho over the fact that he cannot find the giant's head. The owners of the inn are less easy to placate, as they have lost quite a bit of property at the hands of Don Quixote's accidents. The curate...

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