Sancho Panza Character
A peasant in the neighborhood [of Don Quixote], a very honest fellow, if a poor man may deserve that title, but one who had a very small quantity of brains in his skull. I, i, 7; DQ I, 7
A person of a short stature, swag belly, Don Quixote wordsmith – Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and long spindleshanks. I, ii, 1; DQ I, 9
[Sancho’s] equipage, matted beard, corpulency, and diminutive stature . . . furnished food for admiration to everybody. II, iii, 13; DQ II, 45
[Sancho] exposed his posteriors, which were none of the smallest. I, iii, 6; DQ I, 20
Sancho Panza is one of the most pleasant squires that ever served a knight-errant: sometimes his simplicity is so arch that to consider whether he is more fool or wag yields abundance of pleasure; he has roguery enough to pass for a knave and absurdities sufficient Work — Don Quixote de la Mancha to confirm him a fool; he doubts everything and believes everything; and often, when I think he is going to discharge nonsense, he will utter apothegms that will raise him to the skies: in a word, I would not exchange him for any other squire. II, ii, 15; DQ II, 32
Originally posted 2019-12-26 15:06:46.
Originally posted 2020-02-21 23:18:51.