Tales Of Don Quixote

Never one to lose faith in his conviction that he is a knight from the books of chivalry, Don Quixote is up off his sickbed and back upon his faithful steed, Rocinante.  At his side, the long suffering squire, Sancho Panza, endures the rigors of his station, as his master sets out to right wrongs, defend the weak and on this final sally, disenchant his Lady Fair Dulcinea.

Related: Europe, Folklore and Fairy Tales, Intermediate (ages 9-14), Spain