Cervantes unique “Don Quixote” was written back in 1500’s. The main character Don Quixote is from the area La Mancha situated in central Spain. While he was a man of a sound, mind, and reason. His reading of many books about chivalry had an extremely strong result on his mindset. Don Quixote reveals himself thru a psychological procedure in which the real world has been distorted in his understanding of unwise psychological habits. Don Quixote sets out with Snacho on a chivalric experience in a world that is no longer ran by chivalric worths. In Don Quixote’s mind, he sets out to obtain knighthood.
Obsessed with the chivalric perfects, he wants to protect the helpless and eliminate the wicked in the very first part. In the second part on the other hand, Don Quixote is more of a “bad man” than a hero and act out against what he thinks are threats to him in “his world.” He is inspired by his own mental process in which his mental thinking is not real and he considers things in his ideal form rather than as they truly are. He loves the call to experience influenced by his own mind, impulses, and imagination. The psychological character he depicts is an illusion.
He is more thinking about what he sees mentally than what is actually there. As Don Quixote sets out taking a trip searching for experiences, his mind becomes distorted of what he views ends up being genuine. He is encouraged by the concerns associated with his “real life.” Even after Sancho discusses to him aspects of the real world, he claims that they are impressions in which they have been created to confuse individuals. For example the windmills are not just giants however giants cleverly made to appear like windmills. Everyone they satisfy in their travels just appears to magnify the imagination of the Don Quixote and offers him more of a “psychological” quest.
Don Quixote tends to obstruct even when the scenario does not concern him. He experiences numerous injuries and humiliations, including a beating. We can see that Don Quixote’s adventures with bad outcomes, in addition to the good. Sancho tried to assist Don Quixote see that he is creating problem and tries to tell him and help him see the reality. Don Quixote thinks only what he wants to think mentally and he will not enable Sancho to affect him into seeing the true world, which is in fact in truth really differently from the way the majority of people see it.
He has actually alienated himself from society and the typical. He has a sincere belief in a fantasy and demands living in it. Things such as the clouds of dust are from sheep. It was extremely clear to see that Don Quixote innocent mind has been damaged by the evil fallacies of the books he checked out. He believes every word of the books on chivalry to be real and it is clear to see he has changed his mental process from what is clearly fiction, to be true. His mind thinks it is much better for a knight to have nerve than to be a coward.