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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 49 Summary & Analysis

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Sancho has a meal again, although this time on his own terms. He then goes out to make the rounds of his governorship, and he comes across troubles almost at once. First, he meets two men fighting. One accuses the other of winning a lot of money and then giving him only a little bit of tip for helping him. Sancho tells the gambler to give the other man a hundred reals and then tells the other man to leave the island and never come back, for he is of no redeeming character. He vows to eliminate the gambling houses, although his companion tells him that will be a rather hard job since it's become such a part of the fabric of the society there. Next, they come upon a police officer with a suspicious lad in custody. He proves to be very clever, if...

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