The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition - Second Cantar: Sections 64-83 Summary & Analysis

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Second Cantar: Sections 64-83 Summary

In section 64, it is indicated that the story of the great deeds of the Cid will be told. He continues conquering Moorish towns and cities until he has overtaken almost the entire country of Burriana. In section 65, the Cid is sure that his victories show that God is on his side. In section 66, the Cid gathers his men so that they can fight against the people of Valencia. In sections 67 and 68 the Cid prepares his men for battle against the people of Valencia. The Cid is happy with the battle plans with which Minaya presents him. As in past battles, the Cid and his army defeat the Valencian armies.

In sections 69-71 the Cid continues through the Moorish territories for three years, conquering their cities and towns. In section 72, it is noted that the Cid taught the...

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