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Don Quijote de la Mancha I by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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May 09, 2012

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** spoiler alert ** I remembered when I was a child, my brother told me that this book was actually a non-fiction novel. It was Don Quixote's grandson, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra who published his grandfather's autobiography and became one of the classic novel. (I was fooled that time)

Anyway, I re-read this story, but just more on scanning. I think the story is hilarious. Don Quixote had a battle with la bestia (or so we called the wind mill) to honor his reputation as a knight. He traveled with Don Pancho, his loyal servant, to help him fight dragons, beast, and look for Quixote's true love. The story more on adventures and some-silly-chivalry thing which he thought about his surrounding. We can say, he's a lunatic but in a harmless way.

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