Driven away from his parish by a censorious bishop, Monsignor Quixote sets off across Spain accompanied by a deposed renegade mayor as his own Sancho Panza, and his noble steed Rocinante – a faithful but antiquated SEAT 600. Like Cervantes’s classic, this comic, picaresque fable offers enduring insights into our life and times.
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This proved a lively tandem read with the Mrs. A priest is taking a sightseeing drive through Spain and winds up in the company of a communist politician. Atrocity studies are compared, as if ... Read full review
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This is a fantastic book. It’s the third that I’ve read by Graham Greene (The others were The Tenth Man and Our Man in Havana.) and my favorite thus far. Greene has a very engaging style which has ... Read full review