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Don Quixote Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 37 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 37 Summary

Sancho speaks derogatorily about the approaching countess, since she is just a maid to somebody else. The maid who he offended at the beginning of his stay, Dona Rodriguez, speaks up in defense of duennas. The duchess implores them to stop arguing until a more appropriate time.

Part 2, Chapter 37 Analysis

With the impending governorship, Sancho seems to be getting a bit high and mighty, since he himself was but a squire mere days ago. His prejudice against duennas, fueled by a neighbor, belies his insecurity about his own station in life.

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