Don Quixote

"Mind, your worship, sir knight-errant, you don't let slip from your memory the island you've promised me; I'll be able to rule it well, no matter how big it is." from the text of Don Quixote

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This quote from Don Quioxte is said by Sancho, Quixote's faithful sidekick. At one point during their journeys Don Quixote had promised Sancho that he should be the governor of the new territory. At this point in the saga Sancho is reminding him of his promise.