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Image 1807-Paris-Impremerie-06-002 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles Dusaulchoy 
Engraver Claude-Marie-François Dien 
Title Caption Courut de suite aux cris de son écuyer qu'à sa très grande surprise, il retrouva pendu la tête en bas à un chêne, au pied duquel était le fidelle grison, la tête en haut 
Title Supplied  
Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 34 
Subject 34.1 Night procession and hunt
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Stipple / Crayon manner
Color Black and white 
Volume VI 
Page Number f.p. 349 
Image Dimension 109 x 67 
Page Dimension 165 x 96 
Commentary Next instant of a well-known episode since Coypel (Paris: Surugue, after 1725). During the hunting of the wild boar with the Duke and the Duchess (ended in the background), Sancho, frightened, climbs over a tree and falls from it, remaining hanged and with his new clothes torn; don Quixote arrives to help him.
Drawing and engraving are bad, but the illustration is quite humorous: see don Quixote running (disproportionatly lengthened) and the donkey looking at Sancho.