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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary

The curate, the barber and the bachelor hatched the plan to make Quixote come home. They let him begin his journey, but then Sanson overtook him to beat him in a duel. The plan was that he would command that Quixote go home and stay there, which Quixote would have to obey by the laws of knight-errantry. Tome Cecial resolves to go home, but Sanson is resolved to see his plan through.

Part 2, Chapter 15 Analysis

Sanson makes an important point in the story here. Cecial says, "Tell us, now, who is the greater madman, he who is so because he can't help it, or he who is so of his own free will?" Sanson replies, "The difference between these two madmen is that he who is so perforce will be one forever, but he who is so of his own accord can...

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