Monday, January 16, 2012

A Pleasant Meeting


Chapter XI
Quixote and Sancho stop to eat meat with several goatherds, and it is a pleasant time for them all.  One of the goat herders sings for them and another addresses Quixote’s wound on his ear, which proves to be successful. 
Chapter XII
One of the goatherds tells a story to Quixote and the others about a shepherd-student, Chrysostom, who just died of a broken heart over a village girl named Marcela, which they call a she-devil, and encourages Quixote to attend the funeral, which is the next day.

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