The Return of Don Quixote

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(5 stars; 3 reviews)

The mirthful story of a Don Quixote who, riding into a world of fetes and parties, tilts a humorous and well aimed lance at some of the conventional windmills of realism. (Philadelphia Public Ledger 1927)

A learned librarian gets made King at Arms, and rules modern England by medieval law, nearly crushing the power of the trade unions by rousing the aristocracy to a real belief in their own privileges. (Monthly Bulletin of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 1927) (7 hr 24 min)


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