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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 14 Summary

The Knight of the Wood describes his love for the Lady Casildea, as is custom for knights-errant. He shockingly admits that he has conquered Don Quixote of La Mancha, seemingly not knowing that this very Don sits in front of him. Quixote reveals that he is the same man and challenges the Knight of the Wood to a duel. They fetch their sleeping squires and go off to get their horses. The Knight of the Wood's squire tells Sancho it is customary that they must fight as well, and he tries to come up with options that would constitute fighting without being too hurtful. Sancho suddenly sees the other squire's nose at the break of day, and he is dumbstruck by its hugeness and purple color. Quixote begins thinking of the other knight as "the Knight of the Mirrors" because of his dress...

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