Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote is a masterpiece of wit and remains to be relevant even in today’s changing society. Many of the episodes in this long and winding tale focus on issues of Cervantes’ time. In particular, the Episode of the Galley Slaves questions the justice systems role in criminal activity. Cervantes is implying […]

Don Quixote is a rather lengthy fictional parody written by Miguel De Cervantes. The main character, Don Quixote, becomes so fascinated by chivalrous romances that he loses his wits and sets out on his very own mission as a heroic knight. He persuades Sancho Panza to come along as his faithful squire on his “journey” […]

“Knighthood lies above eternity; it doesn’t live off fame, but rather deeds.” -Dejan Stojanovic (goodreads.com). Don Quixote, written by Miguel De Cervantes, expresses what most of us envision as the opposite of a knight. He published part I in 1605, and during this time period, it was a popular success. The proclaimed purpose of the […]

Don Quixote by Miguel De Cervantes is a lengthy two-part story that’s filled with endless adventures. It tells us about an older man who, after reading many books, lost his wits and began playing the chivalrous knight who finds his lady, Dulcinea. And so the narrator takes us along the peculiar journey of Don Quixote […]

“Knighthood lies above eternity; it doesn’t live off fame, but rather deeds.” -Dejan Stojanovic (goodreads.com). Don Quixote, written by Miguel De Cervantes, expresses what most of us envision as the opposite of a knight. He published part I in 1605, and during this time period, it was a popular success. The proclaimed purpose of the […]