Friday, February 17, 2012

Quixote Content to be Ignorant


Chapter XLVIII
As the conversation continues between the canon and the curate, they agree that the common man is content to watch poorly written plays that do not follow the rules of good art.  Meanwhile, Sancho attempts to convince his master, Quixote, that he is not at all enchanted because the two men in disguise truly are the curate and barber from their town; but Quixote continues to believe them to be magicians who have taken on the likeness of the curate and barber.

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