Don Qvixote of the Mancha
Retold by Judge Parry

Don Qvixote of the Mancha Retold by Judge Parry

By Judge Parry
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Table of Contents
  • CHAPTER I An Introduction to that famous gentleman, Don Quixote of the Mancha
  • CHAPTER II Of the First Sally that Don Quixote made to seek Adventures
  • CHAPTER III Of the Pleasant Manner of the Knighting of Don Quixote
  • CHAPTER IV Of what befell our Knight when he left the Inn
  • CHAPTER V How Don Quixote returned home, and what happened to his Library, and how he sallied forth a second time to seek Adventures
  • CHAPTER VI Of the dreadful and never-to-be-imagined Adventure of the Windmills, and of the fearful Battle which the gallant Biscayan fought with Don Quixote
  • CHAPTER VII Of what passed between Don Quixote and the Goatherds, and of the unfortunate Adventure with the Yanguesian Carriers
  • CHAPTER VIII How Don Quixote arrived at an Inn which he imagined to be a Castle, and there cured himself and Sancho with the Balsam of Fierabras
  • CHAPTER IX How Sancho paid the Reckoning at the Inn which Don Quixote supposed was a Castle
  • CHAPTER X Of the Adventure of the Two Armies
  • CHAPTER XI Of a wonderful Adventure which Don Quixote went through without peril to himself or Sancho
  • CHAPTER XII The great Adventure and rich Winning of the Helmet of Mambrino
  • CHAPTER XIII How Don Quixote set at liberty many poor Wretches who were being taken to a Place to which they had no wish to go
  • CHAPTER XIV Of what befell Don Quixote in the Brown Mountains
  • CHAPTER XV The Story of Cardenio
  • CHAPTER XVI Of the Strange Adventures that happened to the Knight of the Mancha in the Brown Mountains, and of the Penance he did there in imitation of Beltenebros
  • CHAPTER XVII Of Sancho's Journey to the Lady Dulcinea
  • CHAPTER XVIII The Story of Cardenio continued
  • CHAPTER XIX The Story of Dorothea, who loved Don Fernando
  • CHAPTER XX Of the pleasant Plan they carried out to persuade Don Quixote not to continue his Penance
  • CHAPTER XXI Of the Journey to the Inn
  • CHAPTER XXII The Story Sancho Panza told his Master of his Visit to the Lady Dulcinea
  • CHAPTER XXIII What happened during their further Journey towards the Inn
  • CHAPTER XXIV Of the extraordinary Battle which Don Quixote waged with what he took to be a Giant
  • CHAPTER XXV Which treats of other rare Adventures which happened at the Inn
  • CHAPTER XXVI Wherein is continued the History of the famous Princess Micomicona
  • CHAPTER XXVII Of the strange Enchantment of the Unfortunate Knight
  • CHAPTER XXVIII Wherein is continued the wonderful Adventures at the Inn
  • CHAPTER XXIX Wherein is finally decided the Dispute about Mambrino's Helmet and the Pannel
  • CHAPTER XXX In which is finished the notable Adventures of our good Knight
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