Don_Quixote_by_Miguel_de_Cervantes_[March_31,_2008]

Don_Quixote_by_Miguel_de_Cervantes_[March_31,_2008] - Don...

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Don Quixote  by Miguel de Cervantes [March 31, 2008] p.98-101: Let Don Quixote/Carmela be – Quixote trying to be true to himself [the true  one he perceives himself to be]  o Context: Grisostomo’s corpse. Have recounted story of G. several times but  Marcela comes and tell what the true story of the death is o Several allusions to DQ’s delusion o Anti-Romantic take on love – applied to DQ in the sense that his love of chivalry.  Despite of his love, he will never be able to achieve that which he seeks  o Marcela as a commentary on the courtly love  - the one with whom one falls in  love with in order to better one self  p.76: he’s mourning loss of the more utopian past; intellectualism v. ignorance that’s  blissful  o de Cervantes presents Sancho  v. Don Quixote v. goatherds [Cervantes happy  medium]  o p.77 “This long…that could have easily been omitted”
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course HUMA C1002 taught by Professor Irwin during the Spring '08 term at Columbia.

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