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- 1822 July 19, Thomas Jefferson, “Correspondence”, in Thomas Jefferson Randolph, editor, Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Late President of the United States. Now First Published from the Original Manuscripts., volume IV, London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, […], published 1829, page 362:
- 1830 , Thomas Paine, “Rights of Man. Being an Answer to Mr Burke’s Attack on the French Revolution. Part I”, in The Political Writings of Thomas Paine, Secretary to the Committee of Foreign Affairs in the American Revolution. […], volume II, New York, N.Y.: […] Solomon King, […], page 55:
- When we see a man dramatically lamenting in a publication intended to be believed, that “The age of chivalry is gone;” that “the glory of Europe is extinguished forever!” that “the unbought grace of life (if any one knows what it is,) the cheap defence of nations, the nurse of manly sentiment and heroic enterprise is gone!” And all this because the Quixotic [1791: Quixote] age of chivalric nonsense is gone, what opinion can we form of his judgment, or what regard can we pay to his facts?
- 1831, James Crabb, quoting I. Cobbin, “Further interesting Correspondence”, in The Gipsies’ Advocate; or, Observations on the Origin, Character, Manners, and Habits of the English Gipsies: To Which Are Added, Many Interesting Anecdotes, on the Success That Has Attended the Plans of Several Benevolent Individuals, Who Anxiously Desire Their Conversion to God, London: Seeley, […]; Westley and Davis, […]; Hatchard, […], page 153:
- 1869 January, “1. Mémoires de la Cour d’Espagne sous le Règne de Charles II, 1678–1682. […] 2. Lettres de Madame de Villars à Madame de Coulanges, (1679–1681). […]”, in The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal, volume CXXIX, number CCLXIII, London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer; Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, pages 6–7:
- 1883, James Y[oung] Gibson, “Translator’s Preface”, in Journey to Parnassus […] Translated into English Tercets with Preface and Illustrative Notes […], London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Co., […], page xli:
- 1885, John Ormsby, “Introduction”, in The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha […] In Four Vols, volume I, London: Smith, Elder & Co. […], OCLC 906154755, , section “Prefatory”, page 6:
- 1888, A[mericus] Featherman, “Preface”, in Social History of the Races of Mankind. Second Division: Oceano-Melanesians., London: Trübner & Co., […], pages xxx–xxxi:
- This very sagacious Quixotic soul also remembers that about a million of years ago the placental mammals of Australia sprang from an undifferentiated prototype, which had been gradually developed into the kangaroo, but having arrived at this extreme point the transmutative energy of the race was exhausted by their long-continued metamorphoses; […]
- 1891 January 24, “Recent Theology”, in The Academy. A Weekly Review of Literature, Science, and Art., volume XXXIX, number 977, London, section “Puritanism in Power. By Clement Wise. (Kegan Paul & Co.)”, page 87, column 3:
- 1928, The Problem of Evil—: Three Public Lectures Delivered in the Physics Amphitheatre of the Rice Institute, page 94:
- I remember once when lecturing in Sweden I happened to call the Swedish people “Quixotic,” because they had made such wonderful sacrifices in the cause of their country’s art, and after the lecture one man catechized me severely for having used the word “Quixotic” in connection with the Swedish people, for, he said, “Quixotic meant ridiculous.” In interpreting the word in this sense he was following all the little scholars, barbers, and canons, who are mounting guard night and day over our Knight.
- 1972, Miguel de Unamuno, Anthony Kerrigan, transl., Selected Works of Miguel de Unamuno: The Tragic Sense of Life in Men and Nations, pages 321 and 352:
- And there exists a Quixotic philosophy and even a Quixotic metaphysics, and also a Quixotic logic and a Quixotic sense of religion. This philosophy, this logic, this ethics, this religious sense is what I have tried to outline, to suggest rather than to develop, in the present work; not to develop rationally, of course, for Quixotic madness does not admit of scientific logic. […] And shall not we, his fond admirers, also travel alone as we forge a Quixotic Spain from out of our imagination?
- 1983, American Contributions to the Ninth International Congress of Slavists, page 116:
- Once Bazarov has awakened to an awareness of his individuality, he begins to question his worth as a unique person, to contemplate his insignificance in the face of eternity, and to doubt the meaning of his actions—that is, he begins the transformation from a Quixotic to a Hamlet-type that has been described in critical literature.
- 1985, Essays in Literature, page 59:
- 1986, The Motion Picture Guide, page 688:
- 1989, John Rodden, The Politics of Literary Reputation: The Making and Claiming of ‘St. George’ Orwell, page 122:
- 1990, Anthony J. Close, Miguel de Cervantes: Don Quixote (Landmarks of World Literature), Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, page 118:
- 2005, Edward H. Friedman, ““El pobre servicio de mano”: Lazarillo de Tormes, Don Quixote, and the Design of the Novel”, in John P. Gabriele, editor, 1605-2005, Don Quixote Across the Centuries, page 29:
- 2008, Anthony J. Close, A Companion to Don Quixote, page 241:
- Whereas the eighteenth-century novels of evidently Quixotic derivation came mainly from England, France and Germany, and moreover, were predominantly comic, the range in the nineteenth century extends to Russia, North America, Spain and beyond, and acquires a much more grandiose, sombre and occasionally tragic character.
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