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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

The housekeeper and the niece have started to realize that Quixote means to go gallivanting off again. Quixote explains to them that all knights cannot be knights-errant, which is why some hang around the palace while others go off into the wild. The niece brings forth an impassioned plea for him to stay, but he rebukes her notion that poor men cannot be knights. Sancho arrives, and they begin to plan their journey.

Part 2, Chapter 6 Analysis

Quixote makes a speech to signify that it is not wealth, but values, good deeds and honor that are the makings of a knight, when Quixote's niece tries to get him to stay by bringing up his responsibilities and obligations to home.

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