The Second Part of the History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha

The Second Part of the History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1620 edition. Excerpt: ...the sky was clcere, and the tyrt wholesome, thcli ht pcrspicuous, each by it silfe, and all toge ther shewed mani estly, that the day, whoseskirts Away-aunt r ttamplin on, should bcbright and cleere. And t e Dultes bein satisfied with the Chasc, tained their purpose so 'screctly andhappily, theyxemrntid to '4_ e ' their Castle, with an intention to second their ieast gforto-theq A could giuctbcm more conten.-.; ituiotl, -Am-. m... rrss '.'..t-l) there was no carncst..);r.si.';. sl. _' O.. '.." cHAP.xxxvL._ _ Oftbestrange and 'un-imagined Adaentnre astbe aflltfllll Matron, alias, tbe Count-fie Trisaldi, with a (ment-t SanchoPansa wrote to ba wj/'e Tcresh-Pansit. '" He Duke had a Steward of a very pledsant and conceitcd witte, who played tfl-ferlibspart, and contriucd the by his Lords leaue, he plottcd another-picce ofworkezthe plfP santest and stran cfl that may be imagined. _ The Duchct c asked Sanebo the next day, is he had yetbtgvfl his raskc of the penance, For the discnchanting of SDu/ctnt' 5 hC told her, -.ycs_: and that asthat night, he had hjmsdfc-"fiuc-ct; si i i lashcs. giucn St to hanbbb-l I whole furniture for the passed Aduenturc, heit was-that a-made the vcrles, and thata Page should act Dulcis-en. Finally, T ' '-wfDon Qgixote; 44 1 ss lashes. The Duchesse asked him, With what? hee answered, with his hand. Thoie(quoth the Duehesse) are rather clap: thenlashes: Lameof opinion that-the sige Mcrlin will not accept of this softnesse, 'twere fitter that Saneha tooke the-disciplineof rowels or bullets with. pricklesghat may sinart, for the bu sinesse will be effected with bloud, and the-liberty of so greate-I-_.ady will not. be wrought so slightly, or with-so small a price z and-knowsi, .saneho, that works of charity are...show more

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  • Paperback | 184 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 340g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236946022
  • 9781236946027