In many ways, I can relate to Rocinante. Well past my prime when it comes to swimming, a little awkward, and most definitely feeling out of my depth when it comes to surviving in college (though I’m getting there), Rocinante and I have quite a few similarities.
- Final Project: Don Quixote on Faceboo... — 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 L... — Humorous Episodes In Don Quixote De La [...]
- Ryan Foley, Ben Springer, Michael Gra... — For our group digital project, we used a twitter account to summarize Don Quixote the novel. This twitter account highlighted the main events that took place within the novel. The twitter account was set up to resemble a news agency based in La Mancha by having each tweet be a new story updating the viewers [...]
- Remebering Several Quixotes — 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 [...]
- Summary of Don Quixote — After this semester is done, I will remember Don Quixote in a fairly positive way. Although he caused a lot problems for himself and others around him, he defiantly had good intentions with his actions. He might have gotten himself and Sancho in many unfortuate events, but you could still tell that he was trying [...]