Novel Project Plot Map

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  • EXPOSITION
  • 'Once upon a time there lived in a village in Spain, one of those gentleman who had a love for literature. His name was Don Quixote. ( pg. 1)
  • RISING ACTION
  • "Stand to it, scoundrel! You cannot escape me and your scimitar will not save you!" (pg. 93)
  • CONFLICT
  • 'Don Quixote begged him in a very flowery language to dub him a knight.' (pg 10 )
  • Don Quixote is a gentleman who has a lot of time on his hands. He is obsessed with literature and decides to take his love for it to the next step, by becoming a knight. However, soon after his adventures begin, he is injured and taken back home. After his recovery, he decides to get a squire named Sancho Panza, and sets for adventure once more.
  • CLIMAX
  • "How can it be imagined that my good friend Carrasco would come out armed against me?" (pg 121 )
  • This book tends to have crazy acts of violence rather than action. The foolish knight and squire get themselves into mischief.
  • FALLING ACTION
  • "I have been a fool to believe my master would keep his promises of promotion." (pg 148)
  • 'Don Quixote died peacefully in his own bed, in the manner of a true gentleman.' (pg 240 )
  • Man vs. Society. The main protagonist, Don Quixote, is having difficulties distinguishing his fantasies from reality.
  • RESOLUTION
  • Don Quixote’s nemesis, Sanson Carrasco, challenges the knight to a duel saying that the loser has to do whatever the winner commands. Sanson ends up defeating Quixote and forces him to give up being a knight for a year.
  • On his way home, Quixote encounters the castle of the Duke and Duchess. However, his feelings are still sadistic because he can no longer be a knight.
  • Shortly after Don Quixote returns home he plummets ill with a severe fever. His prescription is death and he handles his situation properly. He ends up attaining his normality and denies his love for literature. Don Quixote has finally knocked some sense into himself and thinks of how he wasted his time adventuring.
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