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The History of Don Quixote, By Cervantes, Iv8

By De Cervantes, Miguel

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Title: The History of Don Quixote, By Cervantes, Iv8  
Author: De Cervantes, Miguel
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Cervantes, M. D. (n.d.). The History of Don Quixote, By Cervantes, Iv8. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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Excerpt: ?Your worship will take warning as much as I am a Turk,? returned Sancho; ?but, as you say this mischief might have been avoided if you had believed me, believe me now, and a still greater one will be avoided; for I tell you chivalry is of no account with the Holy Brotherhood, and they don?t care two maravedis for all the knights?errant in the world; and I can tell you I fancy I hear their arrows whistling past my ears this minute.? ?Thou art a coward by nature, Sancho,? said Don Quixote, ?but lest thou shouldst say I am obstinate, and that I never do as thou dost advise, this once I will take thy advice, and withdraw out of reach of that fury thou so dreadest; but it must be on one condition, that never, in life or in death, thou art to say to anyone that I retired or withdrew from this danger out of fear, but only in compliance with thy entreaties; for if thou sayest otherwise thou wilt lie therein, and from this time to that, and from that to this, I give thee lie, and say thou liest and wilt lie every time thou thinkest or sayest it; and answer me not again; for at the mere thought that I am withdrawing or retiring from any danger, above all from this, which does seem to carry some little shadow of fear with it, I am ready to take my stand here and await alone, not only that Holy Brotherhood you talk of and dread, but the brothers of the twelve tribes of Israel, and the Seven Maccabees, and Castor and Pollux, and all the brothers and brotherhoods in the world.?

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Table of Contents: THE HISTORY OF DON QUIXOTE, By Cervantes, I?v8, 1 -- Miguel de Cervantes, 1 -- Ebook Editor's Note, 4 -- Chapter XXIII, 6 -- OF WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE IN THE SIERRA MORENA, WHICH WAS ONE OF THE RAREST

 

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