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Don Quixote - Part 2, Chapter 68 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 68 Summary

Quixote wakes up Sancho with his worries that Sancho is not keeping up with his duty to help free Dulcinea from the enchantment. Sancho is mad both about being awoken from a sound sleep and about the continued argument about the lashings, but they are interrupted when a commotion arises, which proves to be six hundred pigs being driven across the fields. The men and mounts get trampled once again, which Quixote assumes is a punishment from heaven for being vanquished. Quixote leans against a tree and sings a mournful song. They continue on at daybreak, until they are suddenly arrested by ten horsemen, who force them to be completely silent. Eventually, after being abused the whole way, they arrive back at the castle of the duke and duchess.

Part 2, Chapter 68 Analysis

The Don cannot get any lower at this point. He has been literally...

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