Sunday, February 5, 2012

The Tragic End to "The Tale of the Ill-Advised Curiosity


Chapter XXXV
While the curate is in the process of finishing the tale, Sancho interrupts to inform the group that his master just beheaded the giant of Micomicona and that the room is covered in blood; only for it to be Quixote dreaming of his battle with the giant, which turned out to be a wine skin.  Eventually, the curate finishes reading aloud the tale, in which he tells of the tragic end to all three lovers all because of “a foolish and ill-advised” curiosity.

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