Don Quixote Part 2

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  • A couple weeks later, Don Quixote persuaded a nearby farmer, Sancho Panza, to let him escape. Quixote promised the farmer that if he agreed, he would allow him to come along on the journey, grant him an island, and become Quixote's squire, so Panza agreed.
  • Quixote attempted to raise money to buy supplies for the journey by selling and pawning for money
  • Quixote and Panza rode over the Campo de Montiel and caught sight of 30 or 40 windmills on the plain
  • "Look, Sir Knight-errant, your grace should not forget that island you promised me; for no matter how big it is, I'll be able to govern it right enough"
  • "I would have you know, that among the knights-errant of old, it was a very common custom to make their squires governors of the islands they won"
  • Panza saw these giant gadgets as windmills, whilst Quixote saw the windmills as giants. Quixote wants to battle the "giants" for his lady Dulcinea
  • "You have had little experience in this matter of adventures. If you are afraid, go off to one side"
  • "But look, those are not giants but windmills"
  • "What giants?"
  • "For you see there before you, some 30 or more lawless giants with whom I mean to do battle"
  • "Those that you see there, those with the long arms''
  • At that moment, the wind came up and the tremendous wings started turning, which struck Quixote and his horse, but they were fine
  • "Be quiet, friend Sancho"
  • "God help us!"
  • Quixote realizes that what he had been fighting were windmills. He later rewards Panza with the treasures Quixote promised for being his squire
  • "I am sure that this must be the work of that magician Feliciano, who has thus changed the giants into windmills"
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