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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Quixote and Sancho come upon a boat in the river Ebro, and Quixote is positive that fate placed it there for him. They embark, and Quixote explains ways in which they should soon be able to tell if they've passed the "equinoctial line," probably the equator. Sancho points out that if he can still see their animals on shore, they probably aren't there yet. They come upon two water mills, and the millworkers see them and try to stop the boat, calling them crazy. Quixote thinks they are demons and tries to slash at them with his sword. The boat dumps them, and they are rescued. The boat, though, is smashed under the mill wheels. Don Quixote offers payment to the owner of the boat once the prisoners are released from the "castle." They call him crazy again, and he decides...

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