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1. What device does Cervantes use to introduce the comedic nature of Don Quixote?
(a) Silly advice from a friend
(b) A gypsy fortune teller
(c) A dream sequence
(d) Talking animals
2. How does the protagonist slip into the fantasy world of Don Quixote de la Mancha?
(a) From the natural deteriorization of old age dementia
(b) From reading books and poems involving knights, chivalry,and adventure
(c) From listening to children's fairy tales
(d) From a blow to his head when he falls off his horse
3. How does Don Quixote receive his knighthood?
(a) From a passing knight errant
(b) From the innkeeper he imagines as Lord of a great castle
(c) From Dulcinea del Toboso
(d) From the prostitutes he imagines as great ladies
4. What does the innkeeper use as a holy book of heraldry in the knighthood ceremony?
(a) His ledger book
(b) A catalogue
(c) An old book of chivalry
(d) A Bible
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