The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition - Second Cantar: Sections 84-102 Summary & Analysis

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Second Cantar: Sections 84-102 Summary

In section 84 the Cid's men enjoy a great feast in Medinaceli at King Alfonso's expense. The group travels on and they soon arrive in Molina where the governor Abengalb├│n also entertains them richly. In section 85 the Cid learns that his wife and children are close and sends two hundred more knights out to greet them. In section 86, he rides his new horse, Babieca, out to meet his wife and daughters. Those who see the horse are amazed by its speed. In section 87 the Cid shows his family the city of Valencia, and tells them this is their inheritance.

In section 88 and 89 the Moorish King Yusuf of Morocco decides to attack the Cid and his armies. The men sail to Valencia and camp around the city. In section 90 the Cid praises God that He has given his...

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