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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 59 Summary & Analysis

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Quixote refuses to eat, since he is so downtrodden (literally and figuratively). Sancho convinces him to eat a little, and they sleep for the night. They come upon an inn the next day, and the Don actually calls it an inn instead of a castle. The host makes a big deal out of his offerings to eat, but they soon find out that he has very little to choose from. They overhear some men talking about the supposed second part of the Don's history, and Quixote and Sancho introduce themselves. The two gentlemen, Don Jeronimo and Don Juan, tell him that the second part is surely not as valid as the first part, due to the language and the characterization. They sit down all together, and while Quixote relates his recent adventures, their new companions are in a situation now familiar to the reader, torn...

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