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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

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The original plan to convey Quixote back to his house in La Mancha again prevails, through the logic and explanations of the curate and the barber to the police officers of the Brotherhood. The Don himself presents ample evidence to them that he is mad. Everyone else is made reparations, and they make preparations to leave the inn finally. Quixote is briefly enraged at Sancho's implications of a tryst between Dorotea, or Princess Micomicona, and Fernando, which is quelled. The rest of the party then determines to transport Quixote back to La Mancha in an oxcart made up into a ramshackle cage, where he is detained forcibly. They entertain his notions that the enchanted demons of the "castle" are the ones who imprison him. The barber makes a prophecy in a disguised voice that the Don will reunite with the lady of Toboso...

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