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Sancho Panza as Governor at Don Quixote While studying Don Quixote, '' I am sure that a lot of folks wonder whether or not Sancho Panza will get his island to govern. The most important reason which Sancho agrees to be the squire of Don Quixote is since he is assured riches and also an isle to govern. As the book suggests it seems that Sancho's dream will not come true and he will not come to be a governor. Many times in the book, Sancho requests his grasp if he was actually going to get his isle along with Don Quixote consistently promises him that he will. Eventually Sancho will become governor, even though it is all because of a trick played on him from the Duke and Duchess. He disturbs everyone by his wisdom and ability that he shows while he is governor. When this book first starts we visit Sancho Panza as an illiterate peasant guy whose fantasy is to have his own isle to govern. Sancho's fantasy finally does come true if the Duke provides him a island to regulate. Unfortunately, this is all a trick and everything is planned out so that Sancho will fail as governor. Sancho suprises everyone with his sensible decision-making. You may see from illustrations just how shrewd Sancho really is. Sancho is extremely determined to govern his isle the best he can and prove to everybody that he's capable. He states, "It is not out of greed I want to leave my poor huts and grow to better things but from my desire to find out what it tastes like to be governor"(736). This indicates that Sancho has altered since the start of the publication. The only reason Sancho agrees to move on the experiences with Don Quixote in the first place is because he is promised an isle to regulate. Sancho is quite greedy in the beginning and he's always reminding his master about the isle he is promised. He states, "Mind,...