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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary

The squires are conversing about their masters, potential governorships and other things they have in common. Sancho is accidentally insulted by the other squire's use of the word "whore" in a backwards-complimentary way. Sancho says some kind things about Quixote, defending him against roguishness and admitting that he loves him for his simplicity. They take wine and food and promptly fall asleep.

Part 2, Chapter 13 Analysis

Sancho is shown as a loyal friend here. Although Quixote may be gullible and simple, he wouldn't hurt a fly and quite honestly tries to do good in the world.

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