Don Quixote

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Don Quixote Don Quixote is a fool in many respects. His speech is ridiculous, his ideas are hopelessly out of date, and he has lost touch with reality. Yet readers admire him and know immediately he is the hero of the story. All the things which make him a fool, however unbelievable as it may be, add to his heroic appearance and lets the reader know where Quixote is coming from. Along with this, his foolish nature adds a sense of artlessness and purity, very heroic aspects. Don Quixote's speech is ridiculous. In the play, Man of La Mancha, Quixote uses mindless speech. "It is easy to see, replied Don Quixote, that you are not used to this business of adventures. Those are giants, and if you are afraid, away with you out of...

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