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Don Quixote Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 58 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 58 Summary

After Quixote and Sancho take their leave, they soon come upon some men eating dinner along the roadside. They are carrying some sculptures, which Quixote asks to see. The images are of Saint George, Saint Martin, Saint James and Saint Paul, and Quixote delivers a fitting brief history of each of them. Sancho is again amazed at the breadth of Quixote's knowledge. Sancho asks him about such other things as the nickname of Saint James and Altisidora's boldness. While talking, they run right into some snares set between some trees. While struggling to get free, some shepherdesses come up and ask them not to ruin their nets for catching birds. They recognize Quixote's name, and he returns with them to their field. Quixote is moved to declare that he shall stand in the road for two days and defend them in their beauty to all...

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