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    Eyes are closed
    Sitting. Waiting
    Releasing thoughts
    Calming. Soothing
    Cleanse my mind
    Breathing. Freeing
    Eyes now open
    Relaxed. Complete
    "Mere flim-flam stories, and nothing but shams and lies." - Sancho Panza, in Don Quixote, pt. 1, bk. 3, ch. 11 (1605)

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    You'd need to after followiing Don Quixote around

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    Nice rhythm. Not bad.
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    Deep breaths. Nice calming piece Sancho.
    Before sunlight can shine through a window, the blinds must be raised - American Proverb

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    Last edited by Emre Gurgen; 03-02-2012 at 11:07 AM.

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    New Don Quixote Essay Collection

    For those of you interested in reading an original essay collection on Don Quixote you may download my book through amazon kindle. Below you will find the book's title, table of contents, and a brief description as well.

    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)


    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.

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