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Sancho FanPost

Sancho FanPost

Oxford dictionary defines leadership as, “The action of leading a group of people or an organization.” The key word that stands out to me in this definition is ACTION. Leaders are distinguished by the actions that they perform throughout their stay in power. Whatever those actions may be, negative or positive, they are what will […]

Don Quixote and Sancho’s incompetence

Don Quixote and Sancho’s incompetence

Throughout the last chapters we had to read and even before that, I noticed how incompetent Don Quixote and Sancho really were. There are almost two many instances to mention that provide great examples of this and support my claim. Even though Don Quixote and Sancho were not the smartest to begin with, the introduction […]

Social Classes

Social Classes

I’m going to be relating this once again to my anthropology class since our subjects seem to be relevant to one another in parts. In both classes we have touched upon the subject of classes, groupings of similar people in a social hierarchy. Classes are dictated by criteria, such as ‘occupation, education, and income.’ Sociology: Understanding and Changing […]

Same old Don Quixote

Same old Don Quixote

https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/c/cervantes/c41d/p2chap57.htm Throughout this second part of the novel, Don Quixote seems like a new person. He speaks rationally and isn’t as problematic as he was in the first part of the novel. Even though he seems new, he’s the same, old, mad man he’s always been on the inside. Don Quixote is  hypocritical with his […]

The Duke and the Duchess’s Trickery

The Duke and the Duchess’s Trickery

Throughout the readings for this week, one of the main topics raised in class was the fact that the Duke and the Duchess kept tricking and making fun of Don Quixote and Sancho. There were many instantness in the readings where Don Quixote and Sancho would be left in an unfortuanate circumstance while the Duke […]

Did Sancho Catch the Madness?

Did Sancho Catch the Madness?

A question I have been asking myself while reading the chapters this week is, “If you are around a mad person for long enough, do you become mad?”. Throughout the novel I have noticed an increasing similarity between Don Quixote and Sancho. Sancho seems to be becoming more and more like the ‘mad’ Don Quixote, […]