12016-11-02T18:05:37-07:00Kara Maloneyc213f3fc5d7a7e545e490883295a1812f290a471118784A 17th century political and social satire or reminiscing about a long-dead age?vispath3383792016-11-02T18:54:35-07:00Kara Maloneyc213f3fc5d7a7e545e490883295a1812f290a471Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra wrote his 1605/1615 novel as a reaction to a life of imprisonment, hard work, and that whole five year period when he was enslaved by pirates. Though Don Quixote parodies the idea of chivalry and chivalric romance, readers still find Don Quixote and his stubborn clinging to his dream of a life as a knight-errant as a source of inspiration and hope. Satire or poetic dream? Not even today's incarnation of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza can agree.
12016-10-18T19:20:19-07:00Colleen Curry958b66ea3edd9a694859b8e0d8c19cee9eb88ac9Don Quixote: Silhouette Sculpture and Gulf of Patras12Colleen Curry's page on the significance of windmills and the Gulf of Patras to Cervantes' Don Quixotegoogle_maps2016-10-31T06:37:29-07:00pixabay.comJuly 12, 2010Creative Commons CC038.260551, 21.609642JPEG38.260551, 21.609642Hannes RohringerColleen Curry958b66ea3edd9a694859b8e0d8c19cee9eb88ac9
12016-10-15T16:41:57-07:00Haobin Li1593a23bb593a4f4cf69e9bf6d283b2c0f3c53a8Don Quixote: One Piece - How The Donquixote Family Started, Japan16Haobin's page on Don Quixotegoogle_maps2016-10-31T18:46:37-07:0010/31/16Don QuixoteYoutube Standard License32.8031° N, 130.7079° EMP4Eiichiro OdaHaobin Li1593a23bb593a4f4cf69e9bf6d283b2c0f3c53a8
12016-10-10T10:59:45-07:00Julienne Halperin36bd849e67fcad6aaf15f304fb176d23c03a1d3cDon Quixote: Don Quixote at the start of his adventures19Julienne's Don Quixote Page :)google_maps2016-10-31T13:35:23-07:00wikipedia and wikimediaDon Quixotewikimedia commons license39.2796° N, 3.0977° WjpgOriginally published 1863; This edition 1906Gustave DoréJulienne Halperin36bd849e67fcad6aaf15f304fb176d23c03a1d3c