He had gone on to such projects as a 28-foot marionette for the 1965 Balanchine production of Don Quixote.
She reportedly also had a book collection worth more than €20 million, including a first edition of Don Quixote from 1605.
They portrayed the Secretary as a kind of well-meaning but naïve Don Quixote flailing vainly against windmills.
When he dreams his own impossible dream, Jack Abramoff is not so much Don Quixote as Don Corleone.
Like Don Quixote's tailor, he works for nothin' and finds thread.
Lovelace is, if you except Don Quixote, the completest hero in fiction.
There is probably no more thrilling or exact an account of the Algerine slavery than he has given in "Don Quixote."
"I am afraid that you are a sort of Don Quixote," the girl laughed.
At the head of each variation Strauss has marked on the score the chapter of "Don Quixote" that he is interpreting.
I was just going to start back to the city in search of you, when up comes Don Quixote.
an enthusiastic but impractical and idealistic person; also written Quixote
for Don Quixote of Cervantes' novel
(1605–1615) A novel by Miguel de Cervantes. The hero, Don Quixote (don is a Spanish title of honor), loses his wits from reading too many romances and comes to believe that he is a knight destined to revive the golden age of chivalry. A tall, gaunt man in armor, he has many comical adventures with his fat squire, Sancho Panza.
Note: A person who is both idealistic and impractical is often said to be “quixotic.”