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How is Sancho Panza different from Don Quixote?

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    Don Quixote is an elderly man in search of enchantment and adventure. He has read too many books on chivalry; he wants to be a knight in search of his own adventures, winning fame and honor. Sancho is more practical.A common peasant, Panza seeks fortune so that his daughter can marry a nobleman. Sancho has a lot of common sense but he consistently defers to his master and assents to dangerous schemes.

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