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Don Quixote Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary

The cousin thinks that Sancho has been much too bold in his discussions about the cave with his master, and he supposes Quixote is too entranced by the vision of his lady to punish Sancho. They discuss lodging up the road, with Sancho inquiring about the food as always, and they meet a man with a mule packed with weapons. He tells them to meet him at the inn, and he'll recount his story. Soon they come by a slow-moving youth carrying a bundle. He turns out to be a down-on-his-luck page heading to join the military. Quixote speechifies about the virtue of the military and invites the page to dinner. Sancho notes that Quixote for once does not mistake the inn for a castle.

Part 2, Chapter 24 Analysis

Don Quixote is expressing his view that the life of a soldier is an honorable one. Dying...

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