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Don Quixote - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 63 Summary & Analysis

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The Don is becoming obsessed with disenchanting Dulcinea, spurred on by the head's answers to his questions. He and Sancho go with their host to the galleys, and they board with again much pomp and circumstance. Sancho has less luck, as he is picked up and thrown about by the slaves. Suddenly the boat is giving chase to another vessel, on which two drunken Turks fire their guns and inadvertently kill two soldiers on the admiral's ship. The general wants to take down all of them, but he is taken aback when he realizes that the captain of the other ship is a young Christian woman. She relates her tale. Born a Moor, she is genuinely converted to Christianity and exiled from her family. When she settles in Barbary, the king hears of her looks and her wealth and takes an interest in her. However...

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