The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition - Third Cantar, Sections 133-144 Summary & Analysis

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Third Cantar, Sections 133-144 Summary

In section 133 the Cid sends Muño Gustioz to King Alfonso with a message. In this message the Cid tells the King how badly he was hurt by the actions of the King's sons. The Cid blames the King for these actions because the King, and not the Cid, agreed to the marriages. The Cid asks that the sons be called to a judicial meeting. The king agrees to this meeting and declares that he will see that the Cid and his daughters get justice for the harm done to them. In section 134 King Alfonso sets up the court hearing in Toledo. He also states that anyone who is invited to the hearing and does not attend will no longer be considered his vassal.

In section 135 the King's sons asks to be exempt from the court hearing...

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