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Date:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, March 1, 2023
Location:
CoLab and Zoom
Categories:
Community, Campus Life

An untamed imagination unleashes an epic adventure. Presented by Shaun Harris.

Driven mad by little sleep, no food and a mind run wild with tales of fantasy, a Spanish nobleman decides to reinvent himself—as a knight-errant!

Adopting the name Don Quijote, he takes up his reins and recruits the droll farmer, Sancho Panza, as his utterly confused squire. Knighthood is already considered a pastime, but their adventure will be one for the ages.

Journey through their outrageous expeditions with Shaun Harris, Professor of English, and uncover the meaning behind the first modern novel and one of the most translated books in the world.

Past Great Books lectures are available for streaming.

The Great Books Mini-Lecture Series is designed to introduce you to watershed texts that have changed their readers’ views of the world.

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