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New Don Quixote Critical Interpretation 
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For those of you interested in reading a unique essay collection on Don Quixote, please be informed that it is available through amazon Kindle. Below, you will find a brief description of the work, followed by its table of contents.

Description:

Don Quixote Explained focuses on six topics: how an intelligent commoner refines into a good governor through a series of jokes that turn earnest; how religious extremism is undercut during the Spanish Inquisition; how opposite character types (like Don Quixote and Sancho Panza) can connect with and rely on one another to the advantage of both; how a female peasant (Aldonza Lorenzo) inspires people to reach for new heights; how precriminals can avoid an underground way of life and why; and, lastly, how a détente between Christians and Muslims can be reached through peaceful dialogue.

Don Quixote Explained: A Story of an Unconventional Hero
Table of Contents

Essay 1 Good Politics In Sancho Panza’s Governorship: How An Intelligent
Commoner Refines Into A Good Governor Through A Series Of Jokes
That Turn Earnest.

(53 Pages)

Essay 2 Cervantes’s Treatment of Religious Extremism in Don Quixote: The
Opening of a Free Society.

(33 Pages)

Essay 3 Don Quixote and Sancho Panza’s Relationship: Foils That Bring Out
The Best In One Another.

(37 Pages)

Essay 4 How a Female Peasant Makes Good In Society: Dulcinea as a Model of Inspiration For Aldonza Lorenzo and A Source of Inspiration For Don Quixote.

(23 Pages)

Essay 5 The Picaresque Conversion Narrative In Don Quixote De La Mancha:
How A Bad Man Becomes Good.

(32 Pages)

Essay 6 How Cervantes Unities Christians and Muslims In Don Quixote De La
Mancha: Bridging The Gap.

(23 Pages)



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