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A gaunt, middle-aged gentleman who believes on what he chooses to believe. Honest, dignified, proud, and idealistic. He believes that he is a knight and all he wanted is to save the world.
The simple peasant who follows Don Quixote out of greed, curiosity, and loyalty. He has an awestruck love for Don Quixote but grows self-confident and saucy, ending the novel by advising his master in matters of deep personal philosophy.
Dulcinea del Toboso
Don Quixote's barn horse. Rocinante is slow but faithful, and he is as worn out as Don Quixote is.
Sancho’s donkey. Dapple’s disappearance and reappearance is the subject of much controversy both within the story and within the literary criticism concerning Don Quixote.
Dulcinea, a peasant woman whom Don Quixote envisions as his ladylove, has no knowledge of his chivalric dedication to her.The unseen force driving all of Don Quixote’s adventures.
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