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The Journey To The Inn
THE curate rode first on the mule, and with him rode Don Quixote and the princess. The others, Cardenio, the barber, and Sancho Panza, followed on foot.
Sancho Panza's Story Of His Visit To The Lady Dulcinea
FRIEND - Sancho, - said Don Quixote, - let us bury all our differences, and tell me when, how, and where didst thou find Dulcinea. What was she doing? What saidst thou to her?
Don Quixote Wages A Battle Against A Giant
WHEN they had finished their dinner, they saddled and went to horse once more, and travelled all that day and the next without any adventure of note, until they arrived at the inn, which was the dread and terror of Sancho Panza, and though he would rather not have entered it, yet he could not avoid doing so.
Adventures At The Inn
LATER in the day the innkeeper, who was standing at the door, cried out : Here is a fine troop of guests coming. If they stop here, we may sing and rejoice.
The Princess Micomicona
SANCHO gave ear to what he heard with no small grief of mind, seeing that all hopes of his earldom vanished away like smoke, and the fair Princess Micomicona was turned into Dorothea, whilst his master was sound asleep, careless of all that happened.
The Last Of The Notable Adventures Of Our Good Knight
DON QUIXOTE, as soon as he found himself free from all the quarrels by which he had been surrounded, held it high time to begin his voyage and bring to an end the great adventure unto which he was called and chosen.
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