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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 28 Summary

Sancho is a bit indignant because of Quixote's retreat without him and his aches from the stones, and he lets loose a little tirade at the Don. He again broaches the topic of salary. He wishes to be paid two reals more a month than he used to receive, and he also states that he is owed twenty years' back pay for his service. Quixote calls his error and tells him to take the money and go so that he will not have to deal with such a money-hungry squire anymore. Sancho is genuinely hurt, and he apologizes profusely. They make friends again and continue on.

Part 2, Chapter 28 Analysis

Sancho cannot be blamed for being torn about the monetary situation. He sees that Quixote has the means, and he has just seen him hand out great sums to Master Pedro and the innkeeper. On one...

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