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Don Quixote Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 37 Summary

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Part 1, Chapter 37 Summary

Sancho is weeping as well, not at the beauty of the scene, but at the loss of his earldom now that he realizes that Princess Micomicona is merely Dorotea. He rushes to tell Quixote about his discovery, and the Don tells him not to be troubled by it too much, since they are at the inn where so many enchantments seem to be happening. Fernando is clued in to how they are deceiving Sancho and Quixote in order to get the madman home, and Fernando makes it known that he wishes Dorotea to continue with her charade to get Quixote home again. Quixote emerges at that moment and asks Dorotea for the truth. She confirms that she is the Princess Micomicona. Quixote scolds Sancho for telling him untruths. A new traveler now comes to the inn, a man followed by a woman, both in Moorish...

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