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As we went round-robin through the squares on screen, it reminded me of the awkwardness of my earliest Spanish immersion classes, where we stumbled our way through reading Don Quixote aloud.
The playwright re-imagines knight Don Quixote as a professor whose fantasies take center stage in a Texas border town.Local theater comes back strong as in-person options abound|Patrick Folliard|September 16, 2021|Washington Blade
By 1904, Don Quixote had become one of Einstein’s favorite books.When Einstein Tilted at Windmills - Issue 93: Forerunners|Amanda Gefter|November 18, 2020|Nautilus
We brought in Don Lemon, the year that he wrote his book, and I told that story to the audience that was there.
Nobody knows chaotic living quite like Don Draper, what with juggling high profile clients, his many paramours, and travel.
The Old-Fashioned is the crème of the cocktail crop—according to Don Draper, at least.
She reportedly also had a book collection worth more than €20 million, including a first edition of Don Quixote from 1605.
Don Terry, a senior writer at the Southern Poverty Law Center, doubts it.The Klan’s Call to Violence in Ferguson Blows the Lid Off Its Hypocritical Rebrand|Caitlin Dickson|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"Don Alvar de Mendoce, for example," muttered Alphonse, between his teeth.
This was when Don Joan Ronquillo, with that great fleet, went out and fought the one that the enemy maintained along these coasts.
Don Diego beckoned two guards, who immediately drew near their prisoner.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
The same has been said of Don Juan de Alvarado, ex-fiscal, and that is known throughout the country as a public matter.
You have not delivered into the hands of our chief, Don Emilio Aguinaldo, the money as agreed upon.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
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(1605–1615) A novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The hero, Don Quixote (don is a Spanish title of honor), loses his wits from reading too many romances and comes to believe that he is a knight destined to revive the golden age of chivalry. A tall, gaunt man in armor, he has many comical adventures with his fat squire, Sancho Panza.