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Rosinante

Don Quixote’s mount. [Span. Lit.: Don Quixote]
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A]nd so without any further delay he let Rocinante feel the spur, and once more taking leave of Sancho, he told him to wait for him there three days at most, as he had said before, and if he should not have returned by that time, he might feel sure it had been God's will that he should end his days in that perilous adventure.
Dali then directs our gaze to the real Don Quixote--DQ2--who tumbles off of Rocinante at the base of the first windmill, located bottom center, slightly right.
He recruited a farmer, Sancho Panza, as his squire, mounted his old nag Rocinante and went off in search of adventure.
In a camper named Rocinante (after Don Quixote's horse) and with his elderly French Poodle Charley, Steinbeck started out in Long Island, New York, and circled the country.
He wears a rusty suit of armour, mounts on his old horse Rocinante, and sets off in search of chivalric feats accompanied by his friend.
Cuando se encuentra con el duque y la duquesa sufre una caida embarazosa de Rocinante, y es victima de sus insistentes burlas, y hasta resulta asaltado por gatos que le dejan feos aranazos en la cara.
The tale of Alonso Quijano alias Don Quixote, his skinny horse Rocinante and lady love Dulcinea are told through vibrant splashes of colours.
9) y sin que nadie le viese, una manana, antes del dia, que era uno de los calurosos del mes de julio, se armo de todas sus armas, subio sobre Rocinante, puesta su mal compuesta celada, embrazo su adarga, tomo su lanza, y, por la puerta falsa de un corral, salio al campo con grandisimo contento y alborozo de ver con cuanta facilidad habia dado principio a su buen deseo parte, cap.
From the battlefield to urban life, Fernando and his horse are reminiscent of Don Quijote and his horse, Rocinante.
In Gerusalemme Liberata (1581), Rinaldo's horse collapses under him, an inglorious feat parodied by Don Quixote and Rocinante.
De ellas trata Fernando Pardos en su trabajo <<De Rocinante al rinoceronte: la historia natural y El Quijote>>.
Item, al buen Rocinante dejo los prados y selvas que crio el Senor de el cielo para alimentar las bestias; mandole mala ventura y mala vejez con ella, y duelos en que pensar en vez de piensos y yerba (vv.