Also known as Mr. Nicolas, he travels with the priest.
A man on horseback going to Chrisostom's funeral who questions doing great deeds for a woman instead of for God.
Lover and true husband of Lucinda. Also known as the ragged man.
A scholar and historian who informs Don Quixote and Sancho Panza about the book that has been written of their adventures. He really respects and loves Don Quixote and worries about the old man's safety.
A friend of the family who preaches good will and bonhomie. He considers it his duty to help Don Quixote recover his senses. First, they burn chivalric books and later bring Don Quixote home in a cage.
Dulcinea del Toboso
A common and unexceptional peasant girl whom Don Quixote has romanticized into his beautiful lady.
Don Diego de Miranda
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