Part 1, Chapter 19 Summary
Of the Wise Discourse between Sancho and his Master; as also of the Adventure of the Dead Corpse, and other Famous Occurrences
Sancho Panza believes the misfortunes he and his master have been experiencing are because Quixote has not kept every part of his sworn oath of knighthood. Quixote agrees that he has forgotten some things and says Panza has suffered abuse because he failed to remind his master of them. Panza, of course, does not believe it was his job to remind Quixote and warns the knight to do what he is supposed to do so Panza does not suffer any further harm or disgrace.
They do not find shelter before it gets dark and are starving since they have no money because the squire’s...
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