Journey With the Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha and his fearless followers at University of Mary Washington

Blog Post Compilation

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.

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