Skip navigation

Search

Literature Humanities

“‘Good fortune is guiding our affairs better than we could have desired, for there you see, friend Sancho Panza, thirty or more enormous giants with whom I intend to do battle…’ ‘What giants?’ said Sancho Panza. ‘Those you see over there,’ replied his master, ‘with the long arms; sometimes they are almost two leagues long.’ ‘Look, your grace,’ Sancho responded, ‘those things that appear over there aren’t giants but windmills…’” (Don Quixote, I.VIII, p. 58).