Gavilan College celebrates 400 years of Don Quijote

Don Quixote de la Mancha, translated by Charles Jarvis

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They could not contain their laughter Chrysostom The first who came to himself was Sancho Panza In this wretched bed was Don Quixote laid
Part I, Ch. 2, p. 6
 
Part I, Ch. 12, p. 42 Part I, Ch. 15, p. 57 Part I, Ch. 16, p. 61
Gines de Passamonte answered for them all. He told them, that he had found him naked to his shirt, feeble, wan, and half dead with hunger, and sighing for his lady Dulcinea. And thus they banqueted, much to their satisfaction. And the barber contrived it so, that the goatherd got Don Quixote under him.
Part I, Ch. 22, p. 101
 
Part I, Ch. 29, p. 151 Part I, Ch. 37, p. 212 Part I, Ch. 52, p. 290
The bachelor Sampson Carrasco. Don Quixote went on his way exceedingly pensive, to think what a base trick the enchanters had played him. They proceeded towards a theatre on one side of the meadow. Master Peter and his ape.
Part II, Ch. 2, p. 305
 
Part II, Ch. 10, p. 337 Part II, Ch. 21, p. 383 Part II, Ch. 27, p. 413
And, with great respect, went and kneeled before the lady Teresa. They all gazed at him, and admired at the sight. The host brought the flesh-pot just as it was. He looked narrowly at every woman he met.
Part II, Ch. 50, p. 508 Part II, Ch. 58, p. 543 Part II, Ch. 59, p. 547 Part II, Ch. 72, p. 600

 

Gavilan College celebrates 400 years of Don Quijote

Don Quixote de la Mancha, translated by Charles Jarvis

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