By Arthur Koestler
This used to be the 3rd novel of Arthur Koestler's trilogy on ends and skill - the opposite are THE GLADIATORS and DARKNESS AT midday - and the 1st he wrote in English.
The important topic is the clash among morality and expediency, and during this novel Koestler labored it out by way of person psychology. Peter Slavek starts off out as a courageous younger innovative, yet suffers a breakdown. at the analyst's sofa he's made to find, in Koestler's personal phrases, 'that his crusading zeal used to be derived from subconscious guilt'.
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I could have blindly followed the promptings of my own spiritual nature. ) spurts out Don Quixote, putting a conversation with his neighbour Pedro Alonso to a halt when his interlocutor tries to convince him that he is no knight-errant but Alonso Quijano. 105 “Of cardinal importance is what you want to be,”106 wrote Unamuno in The Life of Don Quixote and Sancho more than a century ago. The sentence, the “humble resolve with which he pronounces [it],”107 encapsulates Don Quixote’s essential greatness.
F. Pérez Borbujo, Tres miradas…, p. 74. C. Magris, Podróż…, p. 29. : “…came to his imagination the crossroads where knights errant would begin to ponder which of those roads they would follow, and in order to imitate them, he (…) loosened the reins and subjected his will to Rocinante’s…” M. de Cervantes, Don Quixote…, p. 21. on the drive to freedom and autonomy. Freedom is not given to humans; rather, it requires long and arduous self-improvement. ” The Quixotic cultivation of the soul involves actualisation of values which the knight feels place an extraordinary obligation on him.
Canavaggio, Don Quijote del libro al mito, trans. M. Armiño (Madrid: Espasa, 2006), p. 159. 52 K. Sabik, “Don Kichote,” in Słownik literatury polskiej, eds. J. Bachórz and A. Kowalczykowa (Wrocław: Ossolineum, 1991), p. 167. 53 Z. Matkowski, “Cervantes w Polsce. I. ” Pamiętnik Literacki 16. III/IV (1918). 28 In Polish, referring to a person as a Don Quixote sounds ambivalent, if not blatantly negative. 54 The evaluative capacity of the word Quixotism ensues from this very ambivalence. This is after all the case in probably all European languages.