now so conveniently offers me its forelock."
"What is it in reality," said Sancho, "that your worship means to do
in such an out-of-the-way place as this?"
"Have I not told thee," answered Don Quixote, "that I mean to
imitate Amadis here, playing the victim of despair, the madman, the
maniac, so as at the same time to imitate the valiant Don Roland, when
at the fountain he had evidence of the fair Angelica having
disgraced herself with Medoro and through grief thereat went mad,