Don Quixote

What attitude does Don Quixote take toward social class?

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