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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 27 Summary

Cide Hamete informs the reader that Master Pedro is in fact Gines de Pasamonte from volume one, which is how he knows about Sancho and Quixote. He now makes his living with the ape by immersing himself in town details and only then attempting his fortune-telling stunts. The attention is shifted back to Quixote, who is meeting with the braying town and greeted as one of their side. He orates for a while on the virtues of fighting for real reasons, not small things. Sancho attempts to take up the cause, showcasing his braying ability as an example of why one shouldn't be ashamed of braying well. The townspeople don't understand and believe he is making fun of them just as the neighboring peoples did. They stone the men into the woods, and eventually they leave when no one shows up to fight.

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