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In Chapter 8, why does Don Quixote free the prisoners he meets? A. Sancho Panza tricks him into setting them free. B. He thinks they have been unfairly imprisoned and oppressed. C. They have all promised to never again break the law. D. His lady orders him to free the prisoners so that they can serve her.
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Who encourages Don Quixote to ride out again in Chapter 12? A. Samson Carrasco B. the barber C. the curate D. Sancho Panza

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What does the Knight of the White Moon make Don Quixote promise? A. to serve as his squire B. to return home to live in peace for one year C. to hand over all his worldly possessions and live a life of poverty D. to swear that his lady is not the most beautiful woman in the universe
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now to another one almost done for we can play
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have to do another test of 4 questions
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In an essay of three paragraphs, discuss the difference between Don Quixote’s intentions and the actual outcome of his actions. Explain whether this difference affects how you see his character. • In the first paragraph, discuss what Don Quixote hopes to accomplish as a knight. Tell whom he performs his tasks for and explain whether his intentions are good or bad. Include specific examples from the story to support your answer. • In the second paragraph, discuss the actual outcome of Quixote’s actions. Does he succeed in what he hopes to do? Why or why not? Use specific examples from the text to support your points. • In the third paragraph, discuss how the gap between Don Quixote’s intentions and his actions makes you understand his character. Do you admire Don Quixote? Why or why not? Do you think he is successful? Why or why not? Consider the perspectives of all the characters in your interviews and support your position with examples from the story. ______________________________
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At one moment it seemed to him that he was in the cave of Montesinos and saw Dulcinea, transformed into a country wench, skipping and mounting upon her she-retrice again that the words of the sage Merlin were sounding in his ears, setting forth the conditions to be observed and the exertions to be made for the disenchantment of Dulcinea." This sentence alludes to an adventure earlier in the book in the enchanted caves of Montesinos. Quixote believing Sancho's lie about Dulcinea being turned into a peasant girl is now imagining her as a donkey. Cervantes is showing strong class snobbery - horror where Quixote equates peasants and commoners as little more then lowly beasts of burden. The earlier encounter with a fake Merlin, (another part of the practical jokes played on the two of them by the Duke and Duchess) resulted in the suggestion that if Sancho whipped himself 3000 plus times Dona Dulcinea del Toboso would be converted back into the noblewomen of his desires haunts him. He lost all patience when he considered the laziness and want of charity of his squire Sancho; for to the best of his belief he had only given himself five lashes, a number paltry and disproportioned to the vast number required. Believing that Sancho's painful task was truly the answer Quixote, the noble knight-errant, becomes angry with Sancho for not carrying out his duty fully. Charity and laziness, attributes of the noble and the naïf, in Quixote's view. "At this thought he felt such vexation and anger that he reasoned the matter thus: "If Alexander the Great cut the Gordian knot, saying, 'To cut comes to the same thing as to untie,' and yet did not fail to become lord paramount of all Asia, neither more nor less could happen now in Dulcinea's disenchantment if I scourge Sancho against his will; for, if it is the condition of the remedy that Sancho shall receive three thousand and odd lashes, what does it matter to me whether he inflicts them himself, or some one else inflicts them, when the essential point is that he receives them, let them come from whatever quarter they may?" i have this is it good my brother help me
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