The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition - Third Cantar, Sections 145-152 Summary & Analysis

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Third Cantar, Sections 145-152 Summary

In section 145 the sons of King Alfonso tell the crowd that they regret marrying the Cid's daughters. They also believe they will gain honor through their actions of deserting their wives. In section 146 Martín Antolínez reminds the brothers of their cowardice during the incident with the lion. He tells the brothers their wives were in reality superior to them. In sections 147 and 148 Ansur Gonzaléz enters the room and tells the others he believes that the Cid's daughters had no right to marry King Alfonso's sons in the beginning. In section 149 King Alfonso demands an end to all of the arguing. As the King talks, two knights, one representing the Prince of Navarre, and the other representing the Prince of Aragon, enter and ask the king permission for the Cid's daughters to be married to...

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