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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 34 Summary

The party decides to go on a boar hunt, and Sancho is given a regal green hunting suit, which he prizes. When they come upon the boar, Sancho becomes so frightened he scrambles up the nearest tree, getting caught and ripping his nice new suit. Sancho makes an interesting comment against hunting, which seems out of place in the time the story takes place, although it might stem from his embarrassment of getting caught in the tree. When evening begins to fall, a great commotion is heard approaching, part of the duke and duchess' scheme. A figure claiming to be the devil emerges and says he is seeking the Don and that they are bringing the enchanted Dulcinea in a cart. Sancho is so scared that he hides in the duchess' skirts.

Part 2, Chapter 34 Analysis

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