The Question and Answer section for Don Quixote Book I is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
In Book I, Chapter 16, Maritornes is a servant, and she is described as homely. Over the course of the chapter, Quixote convinces himself that the homely, young woman, is actually the innkeeper's beautiful daughter, and he imagines that she has...
I don't reecall the quote. Alonso was one of the mourners whose "walking lights" frighten Don Quixote. After Quixote attacks one of the mourners, Alonso Lopez explains that they are only mourners, not devils. What chapter is the quote in?