Don Quixote Volume 2, Chapter 18
They arrive at Don Diego's rural home and meet Don Diego's son the poet, Don Lorenzo, and wife, Doña Christina. As their acquaintance grows, Don Lorenzo thinks of Don Quijote as a "wonderful lunatic" (pg. 453). They dine, converse about poetry and recite poetry. Despite Don Quijote's obvious madness, Don Lorenzo is flattered when Don Quijote praises his poetry. After several days they leave with the generous supplies Don Diego has given them.