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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 20 Summary

Sancho is delighted to see as many fineries and food as were at Don Diego's house, and he is given lovely birds in an offhanded manner by one of the servants, denoting Camacho's wealth. There is a multitude of decorations and entertainment, including a production by some dancers and musicians. Sancho gives his allegiance to Camacho because of the spoils of wealth he is presently enjoying, and he proceeds to greatly annoy Quixote, who has thrown in with the plight of Basilio.

Part 2, Chapter 20 Analysis

Sancho reminds Quixote that they have an agreement now that Sancho may say what he pleases, in contrast to their first outing when he was not allowed to speak. Indeed, Sancho almost seems to be making up for lost time, for he has a lengthy speech in nearly every chapter of this volume. It is clear to see why one...

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