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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Sancho and the duchess begin to engage in a long conversation, listened in on by her maids, and he immediately admits to the duchess that he was playing a joke on Quixote when he showed him the peasant girl and called her the enchanted Dulcinea. He interjects dozens of proverbs into his confession and explanation, but eventually he gets his point across. He worries that he will not be given the promised governorship because he has been such a fool. The duchess assures him that he will indeed get it and suggests to him that perhaps it was all part of the enchanter's plan for him to make up the lie about Dulcinea. She asks him to tell her about the cave at Montesinos, and he tells her about Quixote's story of seeing his enchanted Dulcinea below. He decides to believe what the duchess says...

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