Quixotry


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Anyhow, this piece of Quixotry on your father's part, as it was unjust in itself, has brought forth a monstrous family of injustices.
As they begin to model their words and their acts according to Don Quixote's logic, Sancho, the duke and the duchess have actually lapsed into quixotry even when they think that they are making fun of it, and "hard and fast distinctions and clear structural contrasts therefore break down" (Gibson 1990: 31).
Spurred in part by the inevitable quixotry of this epic undertaking and in part by a no less chimerical desire to return to his origins, Downey then went to live for a year among the Yanomami.