Don Quixote has a LOT of characters. Some of them are part of his small circle of family and friends, others are the many people he runs across on his adventures, and still others are the ones who tell his tale–Cervantes himself, plus a translator, an historian and the guy who ripped Cervantes off and beat him to the punchline, publishing a second volume of the “false Quixote” before Cervantes could get his second volume out. When you get your character card, take a look at this list of brief descriptions http://www.litcharts.com/lit/don-quixote/charactersand then try to find a good image for your avatar. Then create a new post on this blog, title it your character’s name, give a brief description of your character, upload an image to our image library and set it as your featured image. Before you publish, choose the categorie FSEM 100K3. Then don’t forget to submit the URL to Canvas to receive credit.
Final Project: Don Quixote on FacebookDecember 13, 2017
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 […]
Humorous Episodes in Don Quixote De La ManchaDecember 13, 2017
Humorous Episodes In Don Quixote De La Mancha
Remebering Several QuixotesDecember 8, 2017
How will I remember Don Quixote from this semester? For me, as time progressed throughout the course, I had a constantly changing opinion of Don Quixote and who he was. Sometimes he came across as a total crazy person to me. Other times I felt that he was someone I should feel pity for, as […]