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Initial Response The Man of La Mancha is a great book for people who like to think And use their imagination The story of Don Quitoe reminds me of the children cartoon show bobbys world In Bobbys world bobby uses his imagination to create a new world from his house This is much like Don Quixote Everyone has their own perception on their world If everyone thought the same there would be no disagreements and ultimately nothing would change The different perceptions that people have inspire inventions change Unfortunately the differing in ideas can also lead to wars as well Don Quitoe has a great imagination either that or he is crazy He builds everything up so much and makes it very believable even for someone who just met him Now him falling in love with Aldonza at first sight is somewhat believable As the Beatles said yes Im certain that it happens all the time But Quixote is not actually acting himself so is he really falling in love with Aldonza Or is his fake personality falling in love with her Cervantes was an interesting person he sure bounced around and seemed to be in trouble with the law So maybe when he wrote Don Quixote he was imagining that he wanted to be him so he could get out of his life of debt and prison and do something fun something different In this book he seems to be very slick with the other prisoners He knew he was in a dire situation and he needed to find away fast He is a quick thinker A lot of criminals are quick thinkers too they have to be to get out of sticky situations Maybe he might have been a con artist In the story it is quite unfortunate that the main character dies Although it is good that he dies as Don Quixote and not Alonso Quijana It
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