From preparations for their third sally to the massacre of Don Pedro’s puppet theatre, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza have trouble keeping out of trouble.
Once back in his village, Don Quixote explained about his defeat and promise to stay at home for a year. Over a period of ten days, he later declined and died.
Sancho devises a trick so he can complete his penance and get rich. The pair meet a character from the book, and discover they have literary doubles.
Arriving in the courtyard of the Duke and Duchess’s castle, a young woman’s body lies on a catafalque. It’s Altisidora, who died of unrequited love for Don Quixote.
When they sleep at the place they had previously been trampled by bulls, they’re trampled again, this time by over 600 pigs. The following night they’re abducted by ten armed men.
He continued to paint distinctive stories from classical mythology, including fine accounts of the fight between Lapiths and Centaurs, and Perseus and Andromeda.
Don Antonio travels to Madrid to arrange for the Moroccan woman and her father to be allowed to remain in Spain, while Don Quixote and Sancho Panza travel home at last.
Contents to the series of exceptional paintings which tell many stories at once, in a single image – something unique to visual narrative.
Unusual themes include a forest fire, the discovery of honey by Bacchus, early landscapes and hunting scenes.
A visit to four galleys off the beach turns into an adventure in itself, with the capture of a brigantine. But all ends in disaster when Don Quixote fights for his future.