A poor squire is fascinated by knight legends, he decides to revive chivalry which existed in medieval times. Under the pseudonym of Quixote, he puts on a suit of ancient armor, rides a thin horse, brings a peasant Sancho as his servant, and sets out on his journey. On their way, they mistake the windmill as a giant, and goat herds as army; they encounter a lot of hardships and make lots of stupid mistakes, and at last they return home in vain. Quixote is finally awakened before dying. This book profoundly reflects the humanistic thoughts of the Renaissance; the protagonist Quixote is an immortal prototype in the history of world literature and social ideology. For several centuries, millions upon millions of readers have been nourished ideologically, literarily, and aesthetically.
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Book Description paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback Pages Number: 200 Language: Chinese. In La Mancha. Spain is home to a nearly 50 old single Ji Hanuo Mr. frail. pedantic and stubborn. He spent immersed in the Knights of chivalric novels. dreams of a brave Knight Rider. adventure. battles the End of the World to counter poverty and economic crisis sweeps the world injustice. famous Universal. He put together one had ancestral down tattered and incomplete armor. and with a four-day work to the horse skinny Shouma a noble. famous name. Bookseller Inventory # N38474