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This is about Don Quixote and his insanity.
Don Quixote: Reality of Insanity
Miguel De Cervantes's "Don Quixote" is a well thought out satire of medieval romance novels. He illustrates the rotting of people's minds by creating a man who embarks on a fabricated knightly quest. An interesting fact is that Cervantes himself tried to write romances of chivalry, but did not succeed. Don Quixote's detachment from reality serves as a comical approach to a culture escaping from reality.
The pastoral romances of Cervantes's time were generally about knights embarking on quests to save chaste maidens, fight evil doers, and be greatly rewar…
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