Publisher Description

At the entrance of the village, so says Cide Hamete, Don Quixote saw two boys quarrelling on the village threshing-floor. The two boys who had been quarrelling came over to look at the hare, and Sancho asked one of them what their quarrel was about. They then went on, and upon the green at the entrance of the town they came upon the curate and the bachelor Samson Carrasco busy with their breviaries. It should be mentioned that Sancho had thrown, by way of a sumpter-cloth, over Dapple and over the bundle of armour, the buckram robe painted with flames which they had put upon him at the duke's castle the night Altisidora came back to life.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1616
23 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
19
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
302.9
KB

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