For our Final Presentation of Don Quixote, we analyzed Don Quixote’s and Sancho’s conversations during important scenes in the book. Our goal is to highlight the growth of both characters in a unique way. We are using Facebook posts to highlight these conversations. Our group decided this was a smart idea since the book of […]
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Linked screenshot of the timeline made by Julian, Nell, Mike, and Sisi. It consists of 43 stories, all excerpts of our own blog posts, covering a wide variety of topics and themes; this includes fantasy vs. reality, literary techniques, and social issues that have contemporary ties and are still relevant.
To be honest, it was awesome in participating in Miguel de Cervantes 17th century Spanish literature with a handful of enlightened seminar people. Diving in one of Spain’s most popular and modern life application novel is for each of us a personal obligation to remember. Regardless the novel is known to be approximately four centuries old, […]
Enough is enough. The foul trickery that fulfills one’s pleasure has been too long of a stretch conducted by both the Duke and Duchess. Their games of humiliation and annoyance have been a habit that brought in others, Altisidora in particular, to participate in the schemes of the royalty. ‘ As he passed through an adjoining […]
In Chapters twenty-six through thirty-six. there is a great disturbance happening to Don Quijote. On the other hand, Don Quijote has become convinced that he is being ‘ treated exactly as he had always read that knights were treated, in ancient times it was the first time he was ever fully convinced that he was […]
“The donkey is braying, grieving over our absence, and Rocinante is trying to get free to jump in after us. dear friends, stay there in peace, and may the madness that takes us away from you change to sanity and allow us to return to your presence.” (Sancho Panza. Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes – […]
We have reached to the second volume, indicating the midpoint of Don Quijote’s expedition. I noticed that drama is often being expressed. Cervantes unfolds various examples of drama. For instance, in Chapter 17, Don Quijote encounters a mule driver carrying two heavy beasts. It was a foolhardy move, but the chivalric knight wanted to challenge […]