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Don Quixote Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 35 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 35 Summary

The party sees a cart advancing toward them with a shrouded woman on it. A figure standing next to her announces in verse that he is Merlin and says that the only way to relieve her enchantment is for Sancho to whip himself on the buttocks three thousand three hundred times. Sancho, of course, has many objections to this, and he airs them. Quixote, Dulcinea and finally the duke rebuke him. It is not until the duke threatens to revoke the governorship promised to him that he relents, but not until setting a few conditions for the whippings. The procession leaves, and the party returns to the castle, with the duke and duchess very pleased and eager to play more jokes.

Part 2, Chapter 35 Analysis

Although the duke and duchess seem to be playing this joke in fun, the joke seems to have unnecessarily harsh repercussions...

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