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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary

Although Sancho returns as promised, he does not know how to proceed. He decides to tell Don Quixote that Dulcinea has been enchanted like so many things along his travels have been and that now she resembles nothing more than a country girl. He is in luck because three such girls are riding toward them when he goes back to tell Quixote he has found Dulcinea. The Don sees nothing but the peasants, of course, and Sancho feigns that he sees Dulcinea in her true form. The girls think Quixote and Sancho are making fun of them, and they try to hurry away. The one playing Dulcinea falls from her ass, and she surprises the Don by jumping back up on it and riding astride. Don Quixote decides she must be enchanted, and he bemoans his misfortune.

Part 2, Chapter 10 Analysis

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