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A man named Quejana lived in La Mancha. He loved reading more than anything in the world. He read books about heroic and chivalrous knights, and he decided he wanted to take on that lifestyle as well.
Quejana found himself old armor that he repaired with cardboard, an old horse that seemed anything but noble, a peasant princess, and deemed himself "Don Quixote de la Mancha."
The newly-named Don Quixote needed to find somebody to officially knight him, so he called upon and innkeeper to make it official. He also persuaded a farmer named Sancho Panza to be his squire.
Don Quixote and Sancho came across a plain that had thirty to forty windmills on it. Don Quixote treated these windmills as an opportunity for him to experience battle.
After their long day of being defeated by windmills, Don Quixote and Sancho went to bed. Sancho slept hard and dreamlessly, but Don Quixote spent the night thinking about his peasant maiden at home.
Don Quixote and Sancho arrived at the entrance for Puerto Lápice, meaning their adventures are about to begin. As Sancho vows his obedience to Don Quixote, they begin their journey.
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