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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 43 Summary

Quixote continues his spiel, telling Sancho to be clean and put together as befitting a governor, not to eat or drink unwisely, how to ride on horseback and not to use his proverbs so very much, among other tidbits. He also tells him he should learn to read and write a bit, and they almost get into a heated argument over Sancho's speech habits. Sancho impresses Quixote with a clear defense, though, and they go off to dinner.

Part 2, Chapter 43 Analysis

Quixote's lucidity and sense continues, with advice for Sancho about carrying himself as governor as opposed to governing itself, which composed the first part. He also makes the point about the importance of reading and writing. He harps a little bit much on Sancho's unrefined speech, and Sancho takes offense as usual. He would certainly not be Sancho if he didn't do so, since...

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