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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 60 Summary & Analysis

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Quixote and Sancho have left the inn and are resting for a bit by the side of the road. However, Quixote is so bothered by the thought of Dulcinea's continued enchantment that he decides to literally take matters in his own hands and mete out the whippings to Sancho instead of waiting for Sancho to do it. He tries to undo Sancho's pants while he is sleeping, which wakes him up, and they tussle. Sancho wins and makes Quixote promise to never try to do that again.

Sancho suddenly discovers that he and Quixote are in the midst of dead bodies hanging from trees, and even more suddenly the pair is surrounded by bandits. Roque Guinart is the bandits' leader, and they proceed to strip the pair of their belongings. To their luck, Roque has heard tell of the stories about Quixote and realizes that...

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