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Author's Preface
Dedication of Part II
Chapter I: Of the interview the curate and the barber had with Don Quixote about his malady
Chapter II: Which treats of the notable altercation which Sancho Panza had with Don Quixote's niece, and housekeeper, together with other droll matters
Chapter III: Of the laughable conversation that passed between Don Quixote, Sancho Panza, and the bachelor Samson Carrasco
Chapter IV: In which Sancho Panza gives a satisfactory reply to the doubts and questions of the bachelor Samson Carrasco, together with other matters worth knowing and telling
Chapter V: Of the shrewd and droll conversation that passed between Sancho Panza and his wife Teresa Panza, and other matters worthy of being duly recorded
Chapter VI: Of what took place between Don Quixote and his niece and housekeeper; one of the most important chapters in the whole history
Chapter VII: Of what passed between Don Quixote and his squire, together with other very notable incidents
Chapter VIII: Wherein is related what befell Don Quixote on his way to see his lady Dulcinea del Toboso
Chapter IX: Wherein is related what will be seen there
Chapter X: Wherein is related the crafty device Sancho adopted to enchant the lady Dulcinea, and other incidents as ludicrous as they are true
Chapter XI: Of the strange adventure which the valiant Don Quixote had with the car or cart of "The Cortes of Death"
Chapter XII: Of the strange adventure which befell the valiant Don Quixote with the bold knight of the mirrors
Chapter XIII: In which is continued the adventure of the knight of the grove, together with the sensible, original, and tranquil colloquy that passed between the two squires
Chapter XIV: Wherein is continued the adventure of the knight of the grove
Chapter XV: Wherein it is told and known who the knight of the mirrors and his squire were
Chapter XVI: Of what befell Don Quixote with a discreet gentleman of La Mancha
Chapter XVII: Wherein is shown the furthest and highest point which the unexampled courage of Don Quixote reached or could reach; together with the happily achieved adventure of the lions
Chapter XVIII: Of what happened Don Quixote in the castle or house of the knight of the green gaban, together with other matters out of the common
Chapter XIX: In which is related the adventure of the enamoured shepherd, together with other truly droll incidents
Chapter XX: Wherein an account is given of the wedding of Camacho the rich, together with the incident of Basilio the poor
Chapter XXI: In which Camacho's wedding is continued, with other delightful incidents
Chapter XXII: Wherin is related the grand adventure of the cave of Montesinos in the heart of La Mancha, which the valiant Don Quixote brought to a happy termination
Chapter XXIII: Of the wonderful things the incomparable Don Quixote said he saw in the profound cave of Montesinos, the impossibility and magnitude of which cause this adventure to be deemed apocryphal
Chapter XXIV: Wherein are related a thousand trifling matters, as trivial as they are necessary to the right understanding of this great history
Chapter XXV: Wherein is set down the braying adventure, and the droll one of the puppet-showman, together with the memorable divinations of the divining ape
Chapter XXVI: Wherein is continued the droll adventure of the puppet-showman, together with other things in truth right good
Chapter XXVII: Wherein it is shown who Master Pedro and his ape were, together with the mishap Don Quixote had in the braying adventure, which he did not conclude as he would have liked or as he had expected
Chapter XXVIII: Of matters that Benengeli says he who reads them will know, if he reads them with attention
Chapter XXIX: Of the famous adventure of the enchanted bark
Chapter XXX: Of Don Quixote's adventure with a fair huntress
Chapter XXXI: Which treats of many and great matters
Chapter XXXII: Of the reply Don Quixote gave his censurer, with other incidents, grave and droll
Chapter XXXIII: Of the delectable discourse which the duchess and her damsels held with Sancho Panza, well worth reading and noting
Chapter XXXIV: Which relates how they learned the way in which they were to disenchant the peerless Dulcinea del Toboso, which is one of the rarest adventures in this book
Chapter XXXV: Wherein is continued the instruction given to Don Quixote touching the disenchantment of Dulcinea, together with other marvellous incidents

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書名 La Segunda Parte del Ingenioso Caballero Don Quijote de la Mancha
中文書名 堂吉訶德(3)
英文書名 Don Quixote (3)
編作譯者 Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra(作);John Ormsby(譯)
語種 英文
原出版型態 紙本
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出版社 智慧藏學習科技股份有限公司
出版時間 1885.
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頁數 276
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圖書分類編號 878.57
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簡介 一位西班牙鄉紳由於嗜讀騎士小說入迷而喪失心智,企圖模仿古老的遊俠騎士全身披掛、周遊世界,藉由行俠仗義的功績而名垂史冊。他為自己取名為堂吉訶德,騎著一匹瘦馬開始他異想天開的騎士生涯。在《堂吉訶德》第一部中,這位紳士第一次離鄉出遊,不幸受傷而歸。第二次出遊他找到鄰居桑丘.潘沙擔任他的侍從,兩人做出許多荒唐可笑的蠢事,包括將風車當成巨人、把旅店看做城堡、臉盆是無價寶盔,羊群是敵人大軍……最後差一點喪命,被人用牛車帶回家中。

第二部中,堂吉訶德依然不顧他人勸阻,和桑丘外出展開第三次出遊。他倆碰到許多驚險的遭遇,也被公爵夫婦捉弄,桑丘還正式擔任夢寐以久的總督治理海島等。堂吉訶德最後被神秘騎士打敗悒鬱回家,病倒在床,臨終時才恍然大悟,痛斥騎士小說。