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Essay | Don Quixote

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Don Quixote.
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Don Quixote

Summary: Reviews the book Don Quixote by Cervantes. Describes why it has become a classic. Provides a text summary.
Don Quixote is a classic novel although now a days many may not be entirely familiar with it. The story of Don Quixote is filled with legendary actions that have survived our native tough. The phrase and labels that tell the title come from someone deeply impractical. Don Quixote at the age of fifty has not quite had what one would call a wild life, so far. He has never been married and still lives at home. He has however found his calling in life, the profession of knighthood: "he was spurred on by the conviction that the world needed his immediate presence..." (Book 1, Part 2). So the tales begin.

Don Quixote, our most noble of nobleman was blinded by his passion for devotion. He often came to the point of losing his reason. Don Quixote became a traveling caballero, or a knight errant. He did not travel far...

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This section contains 840 words
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