Don Quixote de Havana

It is amazing the way life sometimes manages to reproduce the designs of human imagination so well. Little could Gustave Doré have imagined when he drew Don Quixote in the second half of the 19th century that at the beginning of the 21st, reality would replace fiction in the person of a gentleman commander —quixotic as they come— who, since his youth, has spent his nights from clearing to clearing and his days from turbulence to turbulence undoing wrongs and fighting for the galley slaves of the land.

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