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Two lost tales regarding the valiant knight Don Quixote de la Mancha and other such interesting things Prologue After reading for the first time the real history of this Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha, originally scribed by the brilliant Arab historian Cide Hamete Benengeli, I had been captivated by it and somehow started to relate it to all of that occurred to me in my daily life, wondering how our famous hero could interpret these things in my personal own life and what I'd learn from his good feeling if he was here to dictate to me. Don Quixote did not just haunt my mind because I found its contents interesting, but also because I was expected to make literature of my own regarding the text and what it's stated; and so like any writer with a pulse I decided to think about my future writing prior to its arrival, letting it enter my every thought, and subsequently allowing my every idea to enter itвЂ"that isn't to mention that all my ideas, and so life and soul, are included in my writings, however is to say that, just like everything in my life, it's born of my thoughts; and because my writings are born of my thoughts, they, if read carefully, give a way (a peephole if you will) to view in my mind and everything in my own existence. This immense and potent idea could be applied to any work of writing if sufficient brilliant thinking and comprehension is in the mind of the reader; and this is not to suggest that I am anywhere near being in a position to fully comprehend this thought that I just so casually laid down in my feeble attempt to write an interesting paragraph. So with ideas in my mind of fair madmen, smart fools, letters and arms, illusion, virtue and vice, love, empathy, death, freedom and freedom, and most of the many o.. .