What is the role of parody in Don Quixote? How does the novel mock books of chivalry, and how does it defend them? Do the characters who mock and try to humiliate Don Quixote come across in a positive or negative light?
This is College level essay for world literature class.
Every details and Grading rubrics are in the attached files.
Following are a list of queries you may use to frame and develop the second literary analysis. Please be sure to use direct quotes often from both the primary literary text and the supplementary material to demonstrate your points and support your analysis. Also remember to keep in mind the rhetorical nature of language (interpretive insight necessarily also implies interpretive blindness) so that you can begin to document and address subtle nuances and complexities of interpretation. As always, you may devise your own framework for working with one of the literary texts we have read so far, provided that it allows your analysis to be sufficiently focused and cogently organized.
A.What is the role of parody in Don Quixote? How does the novel mock books of chivalry, and how does it defend them? Do the characters who mock and try to humiliate Don Quixote come across in a positive or negative light? Based on your interpretation and analysis of the foregoing questions, do you ultimately see Quixote as a figure of failed masculinity, or, as an idealist who as the Spanish philosopher, Miguel de Unamuno suggests, is a symbol of the highest aspirations of man: heroism, truth, justice, glory, immortality. (Research the codes of chivalry and see how they relate to modern notions of masculinity using supplementary material from masculinity studies.)
It is necessary to read translated version of Don Quixote in “The Longman Anthology of World Literature. Compact Edition.”
Content is same as other Don Quixote, but it is needed to use that book to quote.
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