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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 66 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 66 Summary

On the way home, Quixote is expectedly depressed. Soon, the Don and Sancho come across a group of people having an argument outside of an inn. A fat man has challenged a thin man to a race, provided the thin man carries enough weight to equalize them. Sancho judges that this isn't fair and that by the same token the fat man should pare that much weight from his body to equalize them. The crowd concurs and says it would probably be best for them not to race at all. As the pair leaves, they marvel at Sancho's wisdom and assume that Sancho and Quixote must be on their way somewhere preeminent to study. They next come upon Tosilos, who reveals that he was not enchanted at the duel, and also that he didn't follow through with the marriage anyway. They eat, and Sancho defends...

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