Dulcinea


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Dulcinea

beautiful peasant woman idealized by Don Quixote. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]

Dulcinea

(del Toboso) country girl, whom Quixote apotheosizes as guiding light. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]

Dulcinea

as Quixote’s ideal; now, generic for ‘sweetheart.’ [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote, Espy, 128]
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Asi, mientras don Quijote explica a Sancho Panza las senas necesarias para ubicar a Dulcinea en el Toboso, este reconoce que la tan afamada princesa no es otra que Aldonza Lorenzo, una moza harto conocida, Veamos:
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For him she is a "beautiful and exalted lady" whose burlap shift is silk, horse-mane tresses golden strands, sour smell a fragrance, and whose advances the knight, pledged to Dulcinea, must reject with gallant apologeticalness.
As he structures his discussion, then, which moves from Quixote's love of Dulcinea through its political resonances and its disintegration and finally to the Books of Chivalry themselves and Cervantes's vision of literature, Higuera keeps before him Mack Singleton's claim and exhortation which opens his study: "Much that has been written about Cervantes in our time has had to do with marginal issues.
The name Dulcinea, like Dulcibella, came to be used generically for mistress or sweetheart.
Dressed in woman's clothes, he impersonates Dulcinea in an effort to persuade Don Quixote to leave the Sierra Morena.
Don Quixote arrives in town, and thinks she is his lady love Dulcinea.
Igual que en el musical original, pero con diversas variantes, Cervantes se disfraza del Quijote y convoca a los presos a que adopten los personajes que requieren las historias que el les va contando: el pasaje de los molinos de viento, o cuando es nombrado el Caballero de la Triste Figura o cuando le declara su amor a Dulcinea.
Don Quixotes Dulcinea is perhaps the most perfect example of the anima that exists in all of literature.
Claro que Don Quijote sabia que los molinos de viento eran molinos de viento y no gigantes y que Dulcinea no era Dulcinea sino una muchacha feisima la pobre y que el no la pegaba como caballero andante y que Sancho el muy animal .
Nadia Ahern lays on the ice as the tavern wench Aldonza, mistaken by Quixote for the fair Dulcinea.
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