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Don Quixote - Part 1, Chapter 47 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 47 Summary

Don Quixote believes wholly in this enchantment, even though it is not how knights-errant he has read about are usually enchanted. He discusses it with Sancho, who tells him that the demons have real bodies, as he has touched them to prove it. The troopers are to accompany them back to the village, so that their decree can be partially satisfied. They depart finally from the inn, along with everybody else. A half-dozen men on horseback catch up to them, and they ask about the weird transport, since they see and understand the officers are of the Holy Brotherhood. The knight-errant Don Quixote is introduced, and Sancho expresses his doubt that the Don is actually enchanted, since he does not act like any enchanted man he has ever heard about. The curate urges the canon to ride a little ahead with him and tells him...

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