Don Quixote Book II

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  21. ^ rocinante: deriv. of rocín, work horse; colloq., brusque labourer; rough, unkempt man. Real Academia Española.
  22. ^ quijote1.2: rump or haunch. Real Academia Española.
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  41. ^ Interview with Wasserman

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