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The book you are holding in your hands can be read chapter by chapter, like a story written in sequels, or like an extended song for two voices: the one emerging from the soul of Don Quixote and the other that can be heard from within the heart of Sancho Pança. You can also only look at the pictures and can use your own imagination to discover new adventures between earth and sky for heroes made of solid earth and wispy cloud. “If anyone should ever ask, Your Worship, who is my master, I will tell them that it is the famous Don Quixote de la Mancha, otherwise called the Knight of the Woeful Figure!” “That sounds really good, Sancho! How did you think of it? Surely the wise wizard who is going to write my story made you say it,” said Don Quixote, and continued: “With this name I will receive great honour and this is what I will engrave on my shield: a sorrowful face!”
Agathi Dimitrouka (born in 1958) writes lyrics for songs and stories for children and translates, mainly from spanish, literary fiction and theatrical plays.
Korean (Yea Rim Dang Publishing Co)