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The Female Quixote

Charlotte Lennox (1730-1804)

1. 01 - Book 1, Chapter 1
2. 02 - Book 1, Chapter 2
3. 03 - Book 1, Chapter 3
4. 04 - Book 1, Chapter 4
5. 05 - Book 1, Chapter 5
6. 06 - Book 1, Chapter 6
7. 07 - Book 1, Chapter 7
8. 08 - Book 1, Chapter 8
9. 09 - Book 1, Chapter 9
10. 10 - Book 1, Chapter 10
11. 11 - Book 1, Chapter 11
12. 12 - Book 1, Chapter 12
13. 13 - Book 1, Chapter 13
14. 14 - Book 2, Chapter 1
15. 15 - Book 2, Chapter 2
16. 16 - Book 2, Chapter 3
17. 17 - Book 2, Chapter 4
18. 18 - Book 2, Chapter 5
19. 19 - Book 2, Chapter 6
20. 20 - Book 2, Chapter 7
21. 21 - Book 2, Chapter 8
22. 22 - Book 2, Chapter 9
23. 23 - Book 2, Chapter 10
24. 24 - Book 2, Chapter 11
25. 25 - Book 3, Chapter 1
26. 26 - Book 3, Chapter 2
27. 27 - Book 3, Chapter 3
28. 28 - Book 3, Chapter 4
29. 29 - Book 3, Chapter 5
30. 30 - Book 3, Chapter 6
31. 31 - Book 3, Chapter 7
32. 32 - Book 3, Chapter 8
33. 33 - Book 4, Chapter 1
34. 34 - Book 4, Chapter 2
35. 35 - Book 4, Chapter 3
36. 36 - Book 4, Chapter 4
37. 37 - Book 4, Chapter 5
38. 38 - Book 4, Chapter 6
39. 39 - Book 4, Chapter 7
40. 40 - Book 4, Chapter 8
41. 41 - Book 4, Chapter 9

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Summary

The novel formally inverts Don Quixote: as the don mistakes himself for the knightly hero of a Romance, so Arabella mistakes herself for the maiden love of a Romance. While the don thinks it his duty to praise the platonically pure damsels he meets (such as the woman he loves), so Arabella believes it is in her power to kill with a look and it is the duty of her lovers to suffer ordeals on her behalf.