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And he must also take exception to a remark in Chapter LXXI: "Dismounting at a hostelry, the knight recognized it for what it was and did not take it to be a castle ; for ever since he had been overcome in combat he had talked more rationally on all subjects" (972). Don Quixote has not taken an inn for a castle in all of Part II, and Cid Hamete himself notes the change twice: "His master took it for a real inn this time and not for a castle 8. Don Quixote: Hero or Fool? (Part I), p. 45. Page 11 as was his wont" (671), and: "I say inn, for the reason that this was what Don Quixote called it, contrary to his usual custom of calling all inns castles" (893).

Page 17 2. The Governorship of Sancho Panza and Don Quixote's Chivalric Career There is no such thing as luck in this world, and whatever happens, whether it be good or bad, does not occur by chance but through a special providence of Heaven. Part II, Chapter LXVI Page 19 Much has been written of the reciprocal influence which Don Quixote and Sancho exert upon each other in the course of the novel, particularly since Salvador de Madariaga's seminal chapters on the Quixotization of Sancho and the Sanchification of Don Quixote in his Don Quixote: An Introductory Essay in Psychology (1961).

Frazer Professor of English Gareth L. Schmeling Professor of Classics Roy C. Craven Professor of Fine Arts and Director, University Gallery Ellen S. Haring Professor of Philosophy Christian J. Gellinek Professor of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literature Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data (Revised) Allen, John Jay, 1932 Don Quixote, hero or fool.  2 has imprint University Presses of Florida. Bibliographical footnotes.  University of Florida monographs.  29 etc.  2) University Presses of Florida is the central agency for scholarly publishing of the State of Florida's university system.

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