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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Four new strangers have arrived at the inn on horseback. Dorotea tries to get the mysterious lady, who is veiled and does not say a word, to answer some questions. Eventually she does speak, and Cardenio recognizes her voice from another room. She is his beloved Luscinda. Dorotea sees then that the man accompanying her is none other than Don Fernando, her betrothed. Dorotea makes an entreating speech to Fernando, as his "true and lawful wife," and she breaks down when she is finished. Don Fernando is very moved and takes her as his real and true wife. Luscinda is thus reunited with her Cardenio. Dorotea flings herself at Fernando's feet and entreats him to do what is right, and the whole party begs him to listen to her words. He does so, and everybody weeps for the happiness of everyone involved. They...

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