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- To act like Don Quixote; play the Quixote: with indefinite it.
- n. Don Quixote, the eponymous hero of Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes
- n. Any of various musical compositions based on the novel.
- After Don Quixote. (Wiktionary)
“Don Quixote is not a story one would think for the stage, because the flights of fancy are so great, but Jeffries 'puppets create a wonderful alternate reality on stage.”
“Don Quixote is the first modern novel, perhaps the most eternal novel ever written and certainly the fountainhead of European and American fiction; here you have Gogol and Dostoevsky, Dickens and Nabokov, Borges and Bellow, Sterne and Diderot in their genetic nakedness, once more taking to the road with the gentleman and the squire, believing the world is what we read and discovering that the world reads us.”
“Don Quixote is practically unthinkable as a living being, and yet, in our memory, what character is more alive?”
“Don Quixote is greater today than he was in Cervantes 'womb.”
“Do you think "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" is Gilliam's best chance in recent years to rival his top efforts?”
“For those who haven't been keeping up, "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" is a mixture of adaptation and creative license.”
“In conclusion, Don Quixote from the Land of the Blind is in despair.”
“Don Quixote from the Land of the Blind [RU] informs its readers about the incident.”
“Arcamedies; Evidently Don Quixote is a role model of yours, but as noble as tilting at windmills may seem, the windmills won and never really were evil giants, just normal windmills.”
“The Man Who Shot Don Quixote" is one of the most infamous cases, as is your very own "Superman Lives"/"Superman Returns".”
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