The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition - Second Cantar: Sections 103-111 Summary & Analysis

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Second Cantar: Sections 103-111 Summary

In section 103 many preparations are made by King Alfonso and his countrymen for the coming assembly with the Cid. Section 104 details the preparations made by the Cid and his men for the meeting with King Alfonso. When King Alfonso and the Cid meet, the Cid prostrates himself until he receives full pardon from King Alfonso. When the assemblies begin to discuss the marriage of the King's sons and the Cid's daughters, the Cid indicates that he believes his daughters are still too young to be married. The Cid also points out that the King's sons could be married to much more prestigious ladies than his daughters. The Cid does, however, give his daughters to the King with the command to the King to make his own decision concerning the marriage. The King decides the marriages should go...

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