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How does Don Quixote perception of reality affect other characters?

The main character Don Quixote's perception of reality differs from other people's perception of reality in many ways. He has a tendency to percept regular people and objects as if they have dramatic, epic, and fantastic dimensions.

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Likewise, people ask, what is the main conflict in Don Quixote?

The two major conflicts in Don Quixote are person vs. self and person vs. society. This story is person versus self because Don Quixote has trapped himself in his own world.

Also Know, what are the themes of Don Quixote? Don Quixote has several themes: morality and its changes, chivalry, insanity, social status and its influence on conduct. They all intertwine. Don

Beside this, what is the Don Quixote effect?

The Don Quixote Effect occurs in different fields. When we think that things are one way, but in reality they are in another, we fall into this effect. We end up charging head-first into the windmill.

What happens when Don Quixote attacks the windmills?

Don Quixote battles the windmills because he believes that they are ferocious giants. He thinks that after defeating them -- all "thirty or forty" of them! -- he will be able to collect the spoils and the glory as a knight. However, when he charges the "giants," his lance gets caught in a sail.

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