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This Don Quixote poster is created using the first 24 chapters of the book.
This famous scene, from which we get the phrase “tilting at windmills” (used to describe any futile or misconceived venture), encapsulates both the best and worst of human nature, poking fun at our foibles while celebrating the indomitable spirit that can make dreams a reality.
Don Quixote's evocative prose conjures this iconic image of a man chasing his dreams which will be instantly recognizable to readers of the book, bringing the text alive for all lovers of classic literature.
|TEXT COVERED:||24 chapters|
|AUTHOR:||Miguel De Cervantes|
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