Don Quixote Book I

how does don quixote world view differ from sancho panza's

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Don Quixote is an elderly man in search of enchantment and adventure. He has read too many books on chivalry; he wants to be a knight in search of his own adventures, winning fame and honor. Sancho is more practical.A common peasant, Panza seeks fortune so that his daughter can marry a nobleman. Sancho has a lot of common sense but he consistently defers to his master and assents to dangerous schemes. For more detail check out this and more detail at GradeSaver in the source link below.


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