Albanyra dos Santos Souza (UFRN – CERES)
Don Quixote de La Mancha was written by Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (1547-1616), from1602, and is considered one of the greatest works of all time. Don Quixote is a Spaniard who takes his passion to the extreme of child. He lives horseman days and adventures. In the film, as wewatched, before he call Alonso and after he called Don Quixote. Until fifty years lived with servant, niece and a boy muleteer, to farm in the province of La Mancha, a kind of swamp-dry the Kingdom ofCastile, in Spain. Unoccupied, depleted, spent his days reading the deeds of the heroes of chivalry. Until one day, says Cervantes, so reading, he decided to venture out. Mimicking then that bravepeople that populated his dreams, mused in wanting to fix something pies and undo the wrongs of the world. Ordered to put a saddle on Rocinante, your horse, his battered nag, jazzed up with the oldweapons of their ancestors, a shield, and went trotting behind feats that give him renown.
He was so obsessed by the adventure of knight and damsel who renounced all his possessions and began to callhimself Don Quixote De La Mancha, starting in search of adventure, riding his horse Rocinante tired and accompanied by his squire, Sancho Pança.
Many adventures living in your delusion born, Don Quixotefights his great enemy, the sorcerer Malfatto until his family decides to do it back home, outlining a plan that involves the inhabitants of their city, hoping that a good deal of fantasy does infact fall.
But when Don Quixote returns home is dying and it is then that emerges Dulcinea, his great passion, to see one last time.
Upon returning home, Don Quixote feel accomplished, because yourenemies to win the battles he faced. But still lives with his literary light and stories he read. Until his death received important visitors, such as the visit of his beloved Dulcinea. However,...