Question: English & Literature

What attitude does Don Quixote take toward social class?
In English & Literature | Asked by bookragstutor
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Don Qixote is from the upperclass but does not seem to bother with social class. In fact, his side kick, Sancho, is a poor, common, farmer. The tilting at windmills has often been equated with breaking down barriers between the classes. 

MHood2 | 1472 days ago

What attitude does the novel take toward social class? How is social class in relationship between character in Don Quixote?

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