Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Don Quixote” in chapter 1 of Margaret Fuller, Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli:
...elations and bearings.
Thus the work he produced was of deep meaning, though he might never have expressed that meaning to himself.
It was left implied in the whole.
A Coleridge comes and calls Don Quixote the pure Reason, and Sancho the Understanding.
Cervantes made no such distinctions in his own mind; but he had seen and suffered enough to bring out all his faculties, and to make him comprehend th...
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