I bet that's something you didn't know about Don Quixote!
It is hilariously funny. A tomboy is not interested in marrying, preferring to go out hunting as shooting a rifle is her passion. She finds herself having to dress like a man to survive, and has to fend off amorous advances from both sexes as she keeps switching between dressing as a woman or disguising herself as a man.
It actually kind of has a very Netflix feel to it! Seventeenth-century Netflix!
I created tooltips this week: if you hover over a word with stipples underneath it, an explanatory tooltip will show up.
I was making drawings for a nineteenth-century adventure story while I was editing Don Quixote, and jumping between the two was, frankly jarring. This means it will be jarring to you, the reader, too.
The chivalry-romance novels were perhaps the superhero comics of their time.
To me, the modern-day equivalent of chivalry-romance novels of their time would be someone who read one superhero comic too many, and who then puts on tights and a cape to go out and be a much-admired hero.
Everything online is ephemeral. If you buy a digital book, you are often actually only purchasing a license that allows to read it on a website or in an app, until the company discontinues.