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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 2 Summary

The barber, the curate and Quixote find that the noise is coming from ladies attempting to block Sancho Panza from gaining entrance to see the Don. Quixote allows them in, and Sancho again rebukes him for the blanket-tossing incident. Sancho then reveals that he has learned from Sanson Carrasco, a student, that The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha is a history penned by Cide Hamete Berengena, a Moorish author. Sancho leaves at Quixote's request to fetch the student.

Part 2, Chapter 2 Analysis

Sancho refers to the previous work and his own hang-ups by mentioning the blanket-tossing incident. At this point, the story becomes very aware of itself, with the introduction of the first volume of Quixote's adventures.

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