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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 46 Summary

Quixote is bothered all night by the song of Altisidora, and when he goes out in the morning, she is purposely waiting for him in order to faint in front of him. He asks that a lute be left for him in his room that night. He then composes a song and sings it out the window. The lyrics deal with keeping a rein on hasty love. Suddenly, a multitude of cats with bells attached to them is dumped out a nearby window, and although it is just meant to be noisy, a few get in Quixote's room and scratch his face badly. The joke was another planned by the duke and duchess, who feel badly because he was hurt and now must stay in his room to heal instead of entertaining them.

Part 2, Chapter 46 Analysis

Quixote shows his honorable side here, professing his love...

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