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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 64 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 64 Summary

Ricote provides a ransom for his daughter's lover, although Quixote volunteers his services if the plan fails. Some days later, Quixote is out riding when he comes upon a knight who introduces himself as the Knight of the White Moon. He challenges Quixote to combat, telling him that if the Don wins, he gets the belongings and the life of the knight. If the knight wins, the Don must return to his hometown for one year. Quixote accepts, although he makes a point to say that he has never heard of the knight. The viceroy and others hear of the battle, and they go down to question and watch. The knight easily vanquishes Don Quixote, although he spares him for not renouncing the fairness of Dulcinea and says that he just must return home. Sancho is completely distraught at this turn of events.

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