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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 67 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 67 Summary

The Don still thinks Tosilos was under enchantment, and in the same breath, he inquires of news of the duenna Altisidora. The talk turns to the lashes Sancho is loathe to give himself, and eventually, they come to where they were run over by the herdsmen and bulls. Quixote recalls the pastoral Arcadia the people were building there and expresses that he would like to become a shepherd too. Sancho states that they will all want to become shepherds, himself included. They end their dreamy discussion with Quixote scolding Sancho for his proverbs again. Sancho points out that Quixote has a tendency to use them too, so he's not one to talk.

Part 2, Chapter 67 Analysis

Quixote and Sancho paint an idealized picture of what shepherding life would be like, although the ideal is just what the Arcadian community is striving for. It also jives well...

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