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The show started 10 years ago, when graphic designer and percussionist Anthony Magliano got the idea for Quixotic. He linked up a year later with lighting and theater-tech guru Mica Thomas.
The problem is that "quixotism," "quixotic," and their related terms are used so indiscriminately that they have come to stand in as synonyms for virtually all aspects of Cervantes's prodigious literary influence.
DANGER IN THE MANGER ?U?: VUE (Sat & Sun) The title of the film may be The Lone Ranger but this is Depp''s show and once again, he conjures a quixotic, comic creation out of the ether.
The title of the film may be The Lone Ranger but this is Depp''''s show and once again, he conjures a quixotic, comic creation out of the ether.
Glastonbury if you will, Sheep dipping drummers drill, Music mashers quixotic thrill, Orchards plucking pushers pill.
He makes no secret of exuberance both for wine and parliamentary warfare and he much enjoyed his quixotic campaigns against the posturing piety' of a prig such as Blair.
"They built two identical houses in Dade City, gave us identical budgets and identical time to complete the interiors," says the former contestant on HGTV's Design Star, revealing only that he'll be introduced on air as "Jason, the auspiciously named Champion." Here at home, Champion lives in a 1956 atomic ranch on Tulip Street, which contains his own quixotic mix of mid-century modern icons.
The Last Utopia challenges the post-Enlightenment tendency to view this history as linear and continuous--"a quixotic search for deep origins."
"Quixotic" is a synonym for a lovely but impossible goal.
Quixotic Modernists: Reading Gender in Tristana, Trigo, and Martinez Sierra.
Irreverent to the point of being quixotic, All Encompassing Trip evokes the wild and crazy atmosphere of a world where normal is Missing in Action.
Wood's intriguing examination of the influence of Cervantes's text illustrates the contradictory appropriations of the figure of the Don in early American 'Quixotic Fictions', while also recounting the value that its patriarchs placed on the written word.